Door S.N. Behrman
|Boektype||Gebonden hardcover met stofomslag|
|Jaar van uitgave||1972|
|Uitgeverij||Hamish Hamilton, London|
|Samenvatting||The greatest art dealer in history, Joseph Duveen - first Lord Duveen of Millbank - noticed early in life that Europe had plenty of art and America had plenty of money. That simple observation may be said to have been the secret of his astonishing success. In this famous biography - now for the first time published with colour reproductions of many of the great works sold by Duveen and portraits of the purchasers - Mr Behrman, one of America's most distinguished dramatists, shows how Duveen out-monopolized the monopolists who were his biggest customers. Towards prospective clients, Duveen's attitude was majestically cavalier. Millionaires were kept at a distance until they had won their collectors' spurs in less exalted fields.|
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