His newly published book, Living Dogs and Dead Lions, is small (39 pages) but mighty. A ” no holds barred ” look at the at the economic side of art. He clearly explains why, from an investment standpoint, the aesthetics and philosophy of art play a minor role and uses the life, times and personal characteristic found in the Old Masters, aka Dead Lions as a guide to what to look for in the emerging artists he calls Living Dogs. Simply stated, the book serves to demystify the world of art and the business of art for anyone who desires to make calculated decisions about the acquisition of art with future financial gain in mind.
The book is signed by the author and can be personalized. The postpaid price of $9.95 includes a copy of the first newsletter published by the Florida Masters Collection in 1994.and references the name “Highwaymen” for the first time.Contact Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org