I am just putting this here, the neverending story:
How do you determine the value of the artwork?
Who does it?
How do they determine the price of the artwork on auctions?
What are the factors that rise the value?
Are the artworks from a collection of a celebrity more valuable/pricey?
What is the effect of the celebrity’s death on the price?
Is a collection of a celebrity still a collection, if it is separated?
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