ABOUT WALTER PAUL BEBIRIAN
Look & Buy
Imagine it is 1890 - Vincent Van Gogh has either ended his own life or it has been ended for him by someone else *(I think there are still some questions about this) and all of his paintings have been sent to his brother - who unfortunately dies soon after -
what would you give to have a chance at purchasing his paintings at that point in time at the low prices that might have been charged at that time?
After a life of only 37 years he had a large body of work all of which are valued a great deal more than they would ever be paid for originally and yet the artists of today except for a few with some marketing genius behind them - are all selling or not selling for a pittance compared to what they might be selling for later on down the line a few years from now -
does it make sense not to invest in such work today?
— Walter Paul Bebirian
Look and Buy - a Message to the World About the Volord Kingdom Art Collection
The Volord Kingdom Art Collection is a Compilation of Photographs - Abstracts - Collages and expressions of thoughts - memories and ideas that have influenced me - Walter Paul Bebirian - during my lifetime.
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