BUT WHAT WOULD MAKE A GOOD ART IN­VEST­MENT?

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When pressed, Ste­fan Hundt says: “If one were able to buy a top-qual­ity work by these artists and you had in­fi­nite amounts of fund­ing you would prob­a­bly look at a list from top to bot­tom.” He cau­tions: “Any­thing be­low seven in this rat­ing is un­likely to be much of an in­vest­ment un­less it is an out­stand­ing and unique ex­am­ple of the artist’s work.” 1. Irma Stern 1. H Pierneef 1. Pi­eter Wen­ning 1. Mag­gie Laub­ser 2. Hugo Naudé 2. Jean Welz 2. François Krige 2. Strat­ford Calde­cott 3. Thomas Baines 3. Erik Laub­scher 3. Gwelo Good­man 3. Frans David Oerder 3. Gre­goire Boon­zaier 3. Maud Sum­ner 3. Ruth Ever­ard 3. Al­fred Krenz 3. Clé­ment Sénèque 4. Ce­cil Skotnes 4. JEA Volschenk 4. Ruth Prowse 4 Nita Spil­haus 4. Freida Lock 4 Ti­nus de Jongh 5. Wil­liam Tim­lin 5. Pranas Domšaitis 5. Marjorie Wal­lace 5. Ed­ward Roworth 5. Cath­cart Methven 5. Paul du Toit 6. Ste­fan Am­pen­berger 6 Piet van Heer­den 7. Gor­don Vorster 7. Anna Vorster 7. Frans Claer­hout 8. WH Coet­zer 8. Con­rad Theys 9. Er­rol Boy­ley 9. Chris Tug­well 10. Gabriel de Jongh and many oth­ers

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