Duveen

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Random House, 1952 - Art - 302 pages
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Review: Duveen: The Story of the Most Spectacular Art Dealer of All Time

User Review  - Ben Kruskal - Goodreads

A gem of a book about a subject I'd never have picked-the history of the business of selling great art in the early 20th century. Delightfully written, amusing and fascinating. Such fun that whenever I come across a copy I pick it up to give to someone. Read full review

Review: Duveen: The Story of the Most Spectacular Art Dealer of All Time

User Review  - Matthew - Goodreads

A very enjoyable read. Duveen was the art dealer of choice to all the major industrial titans of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, including Mellon, Kress, Rockefeller, Morgan, Frick ... Read full review

Contents

Itinerary
3
A Beginning in Delft
51
A Brisk Market in Immortality
87
Copyright

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