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The Art Of Buying Art

Purchasing art can be a difficult process for some people. They don't how reputable an artist is, if the artwork is worth the price, or what medium the artist uses. This causes some consumers to get confused or frustrated and shy away from purchasing fine art. At the other end of the spectrum, some people purchase art on a regular basis and have even started collecting artwork as an investment. Those who collected original art from Warhol, Pollock, Dali, Picasso, etc., have benefited extremely well compared to their original investment. When someone is contemplating starting an art collection or purchasing art for the home or office, what should they be looking for? T he following information has been provided to assist you on your art journey. When you're contemplating an art purchase, do you really like the artwork and what it communicates? You're going to see it a lot, so this is the most important point. Buy what YOU like - not what your mom or best friend likes. Does t