Monthly Archives: October 2009

Palm Springs wants to fill vacant storefronts with art

By David Kelly. September 18, 2009. Los Angeles Times Eager to safeguard its image as an upscale tourist resort, Palm Springs is prescribing art therapy as a partial cure for downtown shops caught up in the economic doldrums. The city … Continue reading

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Buying art in the festive season

By Nalini S Malaviya , ET Bureau. The Economic Times Buying patterns change through the year. Sometimes, buyers opt for works of senior and established artists that can turn out to be sound financial investments. But as a general rule, … Continue reading

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Art for Investment’s Sake

by Suzanna Stagemeyer . Aug 26 2009. http://www.portfolio.com A group of art collectors has outperformed the market while enjoying the objects they have gathered. The unforgiving recession has pummeled stock and bond markets, but an unconventional investment has Victor Cordell … Continue reading

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How To Know You Are Getting A Good Price On Canvas Oil Paintingsre

By: Vikram kuamr . WWW.ArticleSnatch.com If you are looking around for paintings for sale, it can be hard to know if you are paying too much. The price of canvas oil paintings in particular can be quite high and some … Continue reading

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Art: ‘Buy American’ was his guideline

By Edward Sozanski .Contributing Art Critic. http://www.philly.com . Aug.2.2009 An impressive, comprehensive collection – begun when European art was considered superior – is on display. When Charles K. Williams II graduated from Princeton University in 1953, a collection of American … Continue reading

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