Nick Nelson, Springfield Art Museum director, stands inside a quiet gallery in a new wing of the building. Gray carpeting, white walls and track lighting.
“You see, this whole wall here,” he said. “That was the space where we had the Warhols displayed.”
That is, until early morning April 7, when seven of Andy Warhol’s famed "Campbell’s Soup" can screen prints were stolen.
“Our reaction is one of shock and sadness,” Nelson said, adding that the Warhols were a source of pride.