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    The cafe at the Portland Museum of Art is a busy spot for lunch. The museum is set to close for three weeks in January to clean up and reinstall some galleries.

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    This piece by Bernard Langlais is part of an installation that will be up after the museum closes for three weeks in January.

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    The Clapp House of the Portland Museum of Art is seen along Spring Street.

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    From left, Ron Harvey, Michael Hudak, and Nancy Bixler restore pieces of sculpture by Bernard Langlais.

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    Hannele Lahti of Manassas, Virginia, walks through the sculpture garden at the Portland Museum of Art.

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    Ron Harvey restores a piece of sculpture by Bernard Langlais at the Portland Museum of Art.

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    Portland Museum of Art visitors walk past "Woman Flying," a piece by Katherine Bradford, in the stairway from the cafe to the Great Hall.

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    Michael Hudak, a conservation technician, restores a piece of sculpture by Bernard Langlais at PMA.

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