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placed in a museum, where people

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warehouse as the investment bauble of some gold-tap billionaire vulgarian. It is the

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in British painting, Turner and Bacon, both of whom have sold work for significantly higher amounts than this. It is the same price /* xin2 */ a collector might

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pay for an off-the-peg Monet one wouldn’t inflict even on an enemy. The Lock, being one of the

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