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A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - III - Impressionists and Post-Impressionists

Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Discovery of an unknown or lost work by a master or return to the market of a top painting - since the death of Ryoei Saito in 1996 the exact where-abouts of the Portrait of Dr. Gachet are unknown, and the return of such an important painting to the marke.

A SQUARE :: 02May07 A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - III - Impressionists and Post-Impressionists
Category Art
Faculty Philip Hoffman
Expertise Art Investing
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
  • Globally, Impressionist and Post Impressionist artists are brand names and bring in more visitors to museums than shows by any other genre of artists
  • Impressionist and Post Impressionist paintings still convey a certain prestige, as the artists are easily recognisable
  • Prices for paintings of great beauty and historical importance are still considerably lower than those of Contemporary artists, who have since eclipsed Impressionist and Post Impressionist artists as the market-record holders
  • Artists who were once considered ‘second tier’ Impressionists and Post Impressionists are now being significantly re-evaluated and their works are steadily increasing in value
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