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Struan Teague (UK)

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Struan Teague

Struan Teague is an abstract painter and printmaker concerned with the balance of compositional structure and intuitive touch. His approach involves an element of risk and uncertainty but the unplanned also frequently leads to the most exciting results. He has been exhibiting his works in solo and group shows, and will be graduating this May with a BA in Fine Art from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Scotland. Already being described as “a master of print.” Struan has made this short film about his work.

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Investing in Art

In the 1960s, Herbert and Dorothy Vogel, who lived in a one-bedroom apartment in New York, started buying art. They acquired works by emerging artists, not well known but making exciting work, and built up a collection of over 4,000 works, including Roy Lichtenstein, Donald Judd and Chuck Close. In 1992, they donated it to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Buying work by emerging artists, often before they get taken on by galleries, is a great way to start a collection. For each edition of our Invest in Art series our Chief Curator Rebecca Wilson introduces outstanding emerging artists from around the world so that you can be among the first to discover a new art star and acquire works with the potential to rise in value.

One Final Note: There are no guarantees when it comes to buying art and you should always feel happy with what you’re buying as it may be on your walls for a pleasurably long time. But if you are interested in the investment side of buying art then acquiring works by emerging artists is a great way to begin. We hope you enjoy our selection.