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Looking at art isn’t just a pleasurable way to spend a few hours. It also has real benefits for professionals who are far afield from the art world, from detectives to doctors.

The power of observation may be a necessary type of analytical skill in our overwhelmingly visual world. It can even save lives. 

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What to do with mom's beloved Lenox dinnerware, saucers, gravy boats,  Hummel figurines, and the Hitchcock dining room set ? Her generation's hallmarks of a properly furnished, middle class home translates to clutter to their kin                                                              

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The most overlooked part of an artwork is not necessarily it's least important. 

Five things you can learn from the back of a painting:

  1. Look for labels
  2. Follow chalk marks & bar codes to follow a work's journey through major auction houses
  3. Don't believe everything you read
  4. Look at the lining for possible signs of restoration
  5. Sometimes it's possible to discover unusual & wonderful things

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Follow these Insider Tips and more: 

  • Avoid Locations That Can Cause Damage
  • Choose Your Frame Wisely
  • Don't Be Afraid To Mix Periods & Genres

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