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Edinburgh: John Donald Publishers Ltd, Miller, Judith, and Mark Hill. Collectibles Handbook Y: Miller's, Moore, Sean. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, Moureau, Nathalie. Paris: Economica, Nash, Alice. Collector's Handbook. Naples, Fla: Harmon-Meek Gallery, Parsons, Nicolas T. Polsky, Richard. New York: Distributed Art Publishers, Rozell wrote this book as a response to the rapid expansion of the global art market in which new art collectors emerge every day.
No matter their reason for collecting art, all collectors must be knowledgeable of the practical and financial aspects of art collecting and should possess the tools and information necessary to develop a solid plan for caring for their collection. The book is organized into five parts, providing valuable information and a comprehensive overview of collection management for the twenty-first century art collector. Rozell first focuses on building a collection and knowing what to buy, from where, at what price. She also provides useful and relevant legal information. Once a collection is gathered, the author provides tools for establishing the scope and value of a collection through exploring inventory management, including collection management systems, and valuation versus appraisal.
The most extensive section of the guide discusses the bread and butter of collection maintenance. Topics include purchasing insurance; shipping, storage, framing, and installation; and conservation, disaster planning, and caring for collections. The author also explores the public and private worth of collections, from sharing through museum exhibitions to investing in art. The guide follows its natural progression to conclude by outlining policies for deaccessioning items from a collection, the process of selling art, and estate planning.
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