New York Times Examines Market Trends and Challenges for Classical Art

June 12th, 2017

An article in the New York Times this week examines the shifting tastes and popularities of various mediums, artists and styles in the secondary market, as the contemporary market’s continued hegemony leaves dealers and galleries scrambling to keep up.  “There’s a domino effect,” says dealer Howard Rehs, who specializes in classical art. “People see high levels of unsold lots and it becomes difficult to attract works that can carry the market. Where have all the paintings gone?”

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