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The Insider Vocabulary of the Art World
Wall Street Journal, by Daniel Grant

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Posted By:Hazymac, 4/14/2014 2:22:51 PM

Just as the legal profession has its Latinisms and the sports world its slang, the art world has its own language and jargon that can often leave outsiders scratching their heads. This insider vocabulary includes terms that may seem a bit comical ("houseable," meaning the artwork fits in a normal-size living room) or contradictory (objects in a museum may be on "permanent loan," which is a loan no one has any intention of paying back, or donated as a "fractional gift," meaning the owner may keep possession of the piece while donating it in installments over time). Some auction houses

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As one on whose walls may be found several dozen prints by Dalí, Picasso, El Greco, and others, I found this article interesting. My county is home to the only five-star art museum in Florida, the Salvador Dal&icaute Museum, located next to the runway at Albert Whitted Airport, where visitors will see over sixty originals by the great Spanish artist. The museum sells prints of most of the original paintings, and they´re for the most part quite inexpensive, costing more to frame than to buy. My art tells visitors to my home some things about me.

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: Hazymac, 4/14/2014 2:29:38 PM     (No. 9810419)

Oops, that´s the Salvador Dalí Museum. Would I like to own any originals (assuming I could afford any, which I can´t)? No. Prints are replaceable, and art thieves aren´t interested in them. All the original detail is there, though. My own personal favorite is "The Disappearing Bust of Voltaire."

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Reply 2 - Posted by: JHHolliday, 4/14/2014 5:40:27 PM     (No. 9810648)

I don´t think I would by an original even if I could afford it. A good print is fine with me and you don´t have the hassle of insuring it, added security measures, etc.

I am a big fan of Winslow Homer´s watercolors and have several on my walls. The good thing about prints is that most people can hang them and enjoy them every day without going to a museum.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: civilservant, 4/15/2014 10:05:14 AM     (No. 9811358)

OP, I have two signed, authenticated limited edition prints of Dali´s- and if I am not breaking any rules here- I am looking to sell them. I give the Staff here absolute permission to give HazyMac my email.

Currently, I am more interested in mid century ´degenerate´ type art, and maps. I have a Floch, a ManRay, and a bunch of other stuff in my den, and have really gone nutso on 19th & early 20th century writers I have up on some raw edge shelves I built.

I only hope I live up to the image it presents of me.
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