Fine Art Connoisseur

KINDRED SPIRITS WE SHOULD MEET

On a rolling basis, some of the many artists, dealers, and organizations highlighted in this magazine check in to let me know how the art world is looking from their perspectives. I always value their insights, and today I thought it might be useful to relay one trend I see emerging.

Quite rightly, everyone believe that should include original works of art.

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