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In 1987 art dealer Richard Polsky set aside $100,000 to purchase a painting by famed Pop artist Andy Warhol—a process that took him 12 years. His journey, spanning the art world of the go-go 1980s to the recession of the 1990s, is recounted here in this funny,fast-paced, and intensely readable exposé.
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Hardcover. 256 pages.
W 6” H 9”
Founded by Harry N. Abrams in 1949, ABRAMS publishes high-quality art and illustrated books, ranging in theme from art to architecture, design, photography, fashion, comics, sports, and more. Based in NYC, its bestsellers include the Diary Of A Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney, Alton Brown’s cookbooks, and Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s photography book, Earth From Above.