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This is a short post following on from my last one where I left you on tenterhooks just waiting to know if you can spot an expensive piece of art work, so without further ado, here are the details.

Colony – January in acrylic and mixed media is byimage Royal Academician Barbara Rae and for sale at a mere £57,000.





The Old House Dreams it is Still There imagein egg tempura is by Peter Messer and is priced at £4,850.






Mississippi River Blues image

is a carborundum relief in titanium white ink on paper painted with a mars black wash created by Royal Academician Richard Long. As one of an edition of two, it will set you back £80,000. (I’ve suddenly gone off this one although I think it looks very striking against the pink wall).



Flower Window,image an oil, is a tiny painting in a modest wooden frame by David Barrow and very affordable at £200.






Afternoon Skaters is an oil painting by Bill Jacklin,

imageanother Royal Academician. This one retails at £40,000.






Stolen Thunder III by Cornelia Parkerimage is a digital print which will cost you £850.






So, what price art? What would you buy and why. Enjoyment or investment? Who decides on the value of modern art? I’ll leave that open to discussion. It’s far too big a subject for me to pontificate alone.

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