(See the photograph above full screen Click Here.) Photography Has Proven One Of The Most Profitable And Satisfying Art Forms To Collect. How Do The Experts Recommend Starting A Collection? The maturing of photography as an art form has been accompanied by an explosion of interest both in the enjoyment and creation of photographs. With […]
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May 17th, 2010 · 11 Comments · Collecting How-To
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February 25th, 2010 · 1 Comment · My Journey In Collecting
The fine art of collecting photography…is it an art? What makes anything art? How does a work of art, or fine art photography become collectible? I had these questions and many others when all this started in 2002. What ensued was a strange and winding tour through an unfamiliar landscape. Though I had a certain […]
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