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    5 Young Collectors on Where They Shop For Art, From Instagram to Paddle8

    Beau Dunn. Courtesy Beau Dunn It doesn’t take millions to amass an impressive art collection, but it definitely helps. But if you didn’t inherit a trust fund, a little dedication can go a long way. These young collectors don’t count themselves as full-time gallerists or experts, but they’ve unabashedly fallen in love with art, and now, they’re hooked. With their walls full of unique creations, or in Matthew Chevallard’s case an additional storage unit, there’s no stopping these ravenous collectors from seeking out their next masterpiece. Observer sat down with five collecting devotees to find out exactly how they entered the art world, their standout pieces and what they have their eye on next. Matthew Chevallard Matthew Chevallard. Getty Images Matthew Chevallard is the one-man wunderkind…

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    Two Art Collectors Who Caught Each Other’s Eye

    Within six months of meeting, Yelena Ambartsumian and Miroslav Grajewski began buying paintings together. They fell in love with more than the art. By Ruth La Ferla Feb. 22, 2019 Yelena Ambartsumian and Miroslav Grajewski began buying artwork together within six months of meeting. It led to a romance fueled by robust curiosity and the desire to build a legacy.CreditChristopher Lee for The New York Times Marriage, they say, is a negotiation, a protracted conversation built on trust, shared goals and infinite reserves of tact. It’s a concept not lost on Yelena Ambartsumian and Miroslav Grajewski, who, well before they traded vows Jan. 19 at St. Illuminator’s Armenian Apostolic Cathedral in…