The Art Dealers

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Scribner, 1969 - Art - 316 pages
Almost as long as there has been art to sell and collectors to buy, there have been dealers to bring the two profitably together. It is, at least, a service, and one for which the dealer may properly expect to be paid. More than that, it is often a gamble. A gamble for everyone, from the artist (if he is still alive and hoping to make a living from the exercise of his art) to the final owner. Individual taste, fashion, the state of the market, a correct reading of the personalities involved, all enter into the management of the art market. - Introduction.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
ART ON THE MARKET
20
THE WHEELERDEALERS
39
Copyright

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