From oil paintings and stretched canvasses to antique clocks and plates on the wall – art is a way to personalise your home. Art is decorative, but it goes beyond aesthetic appeal it is also a sound investment. This article will enlighten you on how to best display your treasures.
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This Friday, we at Life Retreat want to bring you something a little different. A ‘happy lifestyle’ has many different meanings to many people, and we want to cover as much of them as possible. We post about fashion, fitness, inspired living, beauty, entertainment and much more. Today, we’re blogging about Art. Do you have paintings up in your house? Do you know how to treat them to make them last longer (much longer)? Read on, to discover ten top tips on how to extend the life of your paintings…
We are always getting asked: What is the difference between contemporary art and old masters? In a nutshell, contemporary art is created by artists that are still alive. Old Masters are paintings painted by artists that are deceased. The good news is that if we purchase contemporary art now from well known, talented artists, then chances are that one day, either us or our children will be the proud owners of old masters.