Priceless: The Memoirs and Mysteries of Britain's No. 1 Art Dealer
Roy Miles is one of the most prolific, talented and knowledgeable art dealersn the world. He once owned one of the largest galleries in London: fromanaletto to Gainsborough, from Toulouse-Lautrec to Stubbs, there are fewreat artists whose work has not passed through his hands. Moving in thepper reaches of society, Roy has met a host of famous and fascinating people,ncluding Prince Charles, Princess Margaret, Ted Heath and Ivana Trump. Heven organized portraits to be painted for Rudolf Nuryev and for Margarethatcher. This is a tale of money, deals, scandal and intrigue. Roy's lifeas been a blend of art, travel, the rich and the famous and this book givesou a glimpse into a world where money does the talking and the deal is allhat matters.
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chapter four The Great and the Good
chapter seven Scandal and the Art Market
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