Art Collecting and “Emotional Returns”

With all the hype around buying art for a financial investment, you shouldn’t overlook the emotional returns that your collection brings.  You may be the lucky collector who frequents the international art fairs and auctions with big name( “blue chip”) artists. Or...

Found Treasure: A Missing Degas!

During a routine stop outside of Paris this February, a customs officials searched the luggage compartment of a bus. He found an unlikely and truly rare treasure: A painting titled”The Chorus Singers” by Edgar Degas. It was discovered in an unclaimed...

Picasso’s Stolen “Sugar Lift” Aquatint

Sweet Reward Could be Next–But What IS a Sugar Lift Aquatint? Today’s Fox News has a story about a rare Picasso print that was stolen from the office of a Milwaukee art appraiser on Feb. 16th, 2018.  (This is why we have an alarm system, dogs, and locked...

When Art, Hunting, and Science Overlap

en I stumbled upon a great article in the New York Times this week.  It was on how the bighorn population in the U.S. has made a big comeback primarily due to some surprising partners. Turns out it was thanks to the efforts of wildlife scientists and hunters who pay a...
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