“My aunt and uncle died about 10 years ago; they were both well into their 90s. Because they had no children, I inherited their things — including a very large painting which was a gift from my aunt’s much-younger cousin (he has now passed away).
The painting is of my aunt and uncle, taken from their 50th anniversary photo. It’s a very nice rendition, but I’m not sure what to do with it. There are no other relatives I could offer it to, and I don’t really have room for it. I hate to just trash it; I feel that would be disrespectful to their memory. Do you have any suggestions? — Concerned Niece”
Put it in storage. Done.