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Tips on navigating the art world and picking a piece close to your heart

Buying art can be a challenge with the plethora of choices available. Do your research before hand and ask questions, so that you end up buying something you will be happy with

This artwork, titled ‘Yatra’, is by M F Husain, an Indian artist known for executing bold, vibrantly coloured narrative paintings. Source: Kiran Nadar Museum of Art
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This artwork, titled ‘Yatra’, is by M F Husain, an Indian artist known for executing bold, vibrantly coloured narrative paintings. Source: Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

Namrata Kohli New Delhi
One usually buys, or at least ought to buy art--whether it is a sculpture, painting, art print or an installation piece--that has an emotional connect. The possibilities on what one must buy are endless but it eventually boils down to individual taste and preferences.

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First Published: May 06 2022 | 2:00 PM IST

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