Paul Durand-Ruel played a crucial role in the rise of Impressionism. He discovered and guided the careers of many painters at a time when Impressionist paintings were not appreciated.
This discussion with art and art-market experts will reveal the joys and challenges of representing and championing living artists as well as the risks and rewards of promoting innovative, but sometimes controversial works.
Panellists include: Tim Marlow, Director of Artistic Programmes at the Royal Academy of Arts; Hannah Barry, Director of the Hannah Barry Gallery and Robert Upstone, Director of the Fine Art Society.
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