Art Buyer

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Art Buyer

A professional knowledgeable in art. An art buyer may scout talent for an advertising agency seeking to employ an art director. Alternatively, an art buyer may look for art for a collector or a company, among other reasons.
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The event witnesses a huge footfall from art buyers, art students, painting artists and water colour lovers.
The site promises to attract art buyers, collectors and dealers by also making the bidding process totally free to them as well.
and affordable to everyone, from first-time art buyers to seasoned connoisseurs.
Many of today's art buyers may be more focused on aesthetics than protection.
With the recession and collapse in the price of oil, contemporary art buyers from the worlds of advertising, property and banking fell away," Charles Pocock, of the Meem Gallery in Dubai, told The Telegraph of London.
Art buyers from around the world can make their bids on especially curated Filipino works, said Ponce de Leon.
Summary: An international legal drama that pits two of the world's biggest art buyers against each other -- New York billionaire Leon Black versus a member of Qatar's royal family -- was caused by sibling rivalry between Pablo Picasso's grandchildren according to the latest claims in the dispute.
I know many families will really enjoy the "Hare Trail" and art buyers will be attracted by the beauty and drama of these beautiful creatures.
Not everyone lives in havelis these days and a lot of art buyers live in smaller houses," says Singhal.
The findings were based on responses from 519 international art buyers surveyed through the client mailing list of ArtTactic, a specialist art market analysis firm, during January and February; Twitter; Facebook; and Own Art's mailing list.
The attendees represent the top licensees, art buyers and retailers from across the globe.
The APIx inventors expect that art buyers, conservators, and insurers everywhere will be excited about the APIx as it will make investing in art a safer process while creating a higher profile and more work for preservation experts and a safer bet for those who insure it.