It’s easier to put together an African art collection than it was before.— Dr Fred Scott, Walker Scott Art Advisory
Building a high growth African art portfolio is a science.
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There is such a thing as good art.— Dr Fred Scott, Walker Scott Art Advisory
There’s an intangible quality that’s difficult to define that makes you a good artist.— Dr Fred Scott, Walker Scott Art Advisory
It all comes down to taste, really.— Dr Fred Scott, Walker Scott Art Advisory
Pierneef was innovative. At the time there was nobody else who produced art in that particular fashion.— Dr Fred Scott, Walker Scott Art Advisory
Today, just about anything goes.— Dr Fred Scott, Walker Scott Art Advisory
Traditionally, oil paintings and sculptures demanded the highest values.— Dr Fred Scott, Walker Scott Art Advisory
Being old doesn’t necessarily make an artwork valuable.— Dr Fred Scott, Walker Scott Art Advisory
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