Demand on the art market far exceeds supply. The number of auctions is increasing, the product is missing. This is an opportunity to earn – writes Rzeczpospolita, according to which antiquarians are intensively looking for goods in all price goods. They discover the achievements of unjustly forgotten artists in order to have something to trade.
„Rz” adds that you can do them, and thus earn on supplies and by the way create your own collection. The market is growing – there are more and more sellers every year, the number of auctions is increasing. It is different with the goods.
Witkacy, Hasior, Dwurnik wanted all over the world
The analysis of the auction offer proves that polonica are imported from the world, tracked at local auctions or at private owners. Rzeczpospolita writes that in the last year the works of the emigrant artist Stanisław Szukalski (1893–1987) have been distributed to the domestic market.
The newspaper emphasizes that the country has been extensively bidding for paintings by Zdzisław Beksinski from the museum in Osaka, Japan last year. After the liquidation of the museum, the artist’s paintings were dispersed. „Someone is tracking them effectively,” the diary said.
According to the newspaper the works of Witkacy were brought from Argentina, and the works of Władysław Hasior from Scandinavia. The early works of the painter Edward Dwurnik are also imported from the world.