As you may have seen yesterday, The New York Times is reporting that Marina Picasso, a granddaughter of Pablo, is planning to sell off a trove of the master’s work that she owns, worrying some that it could harm the Picasso market, weakening prices by increasing supply.
In light of the news, Skate’s took a look at the Picasso market, and notes that there has been a slowdown there in recent years. Will that trend, and Marina Picasso’s decision, have an effect on the overall health of the international art market? Have a read of Skate’s analysis over at its website.
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