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The Doctrine of collecting is as old as the act of painting. No matter the subject of their creations, the Artists are conditioned by the historical moments in which they live. The collectors, on the other hand, are conditioned, in addition to the time in which they live, by the knowledge they have acquired in contemplating works of art and engaging in constructive criticism.
It is imperative for the collector to buy what he likes, so he can enjoy it on the walls of his house and not for its "future monetary value" as an investment.
Art is for here and now and not for tomorrow. All great museums were founded by individuals whose generosity was surpassed only by their love and appreciation for the Artist and his creative mind.
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