Advice for collectors: spot talent early

Savvy market professionals had wise counsel for art lovers at the third annual Art Summit in Adare Manor

24th June, 2018
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From left, Mary O’Laughlin, Maurice Ward Art Handling; Patricia Hunt, director, Hunt Museum Trust; and Nicola Wallace, barrister-at-law and commercial mediator

The gathering was as dazzling as the venue when the ballroom of Adare Manor welcomed a meeting of art lovers who had come for a peek behind the curtain, so to speak.

There were high-net collectors who don’t blink when buying a painting for more money than many people earn in a lifetime. There were art market professionals whose combined expertise covers every aspect of what can be a wildly complicated pursuit. There were novice...

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