A young lawyer started buying copper engravings from young art-dealers in the 1970′s. Works from talented contemporary Hungarian artists gradually became a small collection. The dealers regularly offered drawings, engravings from Arnold Gross, Vladimir Szabo, Miklos Borsos, Endre Szasz  for sale. Then the dealers slowly withered away from the lawyer’s life. More than 30 years passed before they met again. Neither the lawyer, nor the dealers were young any more and the roles almost turned: “I recall you bought Gross’ works from us – I’d be happy to buy them back now, or you could exchange them for anything you fancy in the shop.” “I got used to them over the years. They have their own place on the walls. It’s too late now for changes” – replied the lawyer. Sometimes attachment overrides return on investments with a prolonged maturity date…  

Vladimir Szabó Vladimir Szabó  Miklos Borsos Miklos Borsos
  Arnold Gross Arnold Gross Arnold Gross Arnold Gross

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