Talking to Myself: OR, A LIFE IN RUINS

Dawson, Douglas
April 2008
Surface Design Journal;Spring2008, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p44
Trade Publication
The article presents a speech by Douglas Dawson, owner of the Douglas Dawson Gallery, delivered at the Surface Design Association's 2007 conference in which he discussed the value and significance of authenticity, his experiences as a dealer of ancient and ethnographic art and how the essentials of the artistic masterpieces were appraised and appreciated.


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