“Buying Art”

      About 50,000 years ago drawings of mammoth, horses, elk, and other animals began to appear on the walls of caves at Lascaux, Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc, and elsewhere. The creation of art requires abstract thought, and is one of the defining characteristics of modern man. Art is one of the finer things of life, and can (should) be purchased when you are in a sound financial position.
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