Chinese and Yesterday

Chinese and Yesterday

Art is indisbutably an emotional medium. We connect memories and aspirations, color preferences and even mood to the art we select for our homes. But should art purchasers be driven by emotion alone?  My wife and I have a deep attachment and special memories associated with a bright, choppy, neo-impressionist painting of a field of sunflowers. We picked it up in Spain on our honeymoon, and while it’s far from our most valuable piece, we adore it.  We “get it”; the decision to buy art can easily...

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