The Traveling LIfe (continued)

innovative, and fearless spirit of the American Traveler.

James Bigoni has been collecting art for over 50 years.  When he started his first collection in the 1970’s, he began by purchasing books of limited edition lithographs by artists such as Picasso, Dali,


Bigoni Art has been displayed in museums worldwide.  Pictured here is Mr. Bigoni at the Boca Raton Museum of Art with his original Picasso Pen And Ink drawing in 2001.

Chagall, Miro, and Matisse.   Later, he added ceramics, original drawings, and original oils to the collection.   Bigoni has seen his original investment triple in value in as many decades.   A Picasso original oil would have sold for $7,000 to $20,000 in the 1950’s or 1960’s.  In today’s market, the same painting would sell for many millions of dollars.  At an  auction in May, 2006 in New York, Picasso’s Dora Maar au chat brought $95 million.  James Bigoni believes that many similar oils may sell for $100 to $200 million in the next fifteen to twenty years.


This Picasso Linoleum Cut was lent by BIPC to the Boca Raton Museum for the museum's Grand Opening Exhibition, "Picasso:  Passion And Creation:  The Last Thirty Years", in 2001.

Limited edition lithographs by these same artists have shown a similar pattern of stability and growth in value over the decades.  These prints were published and authorized by the respective artists at a time the original oils and drawings had not yet been recognized by


This original oil, Picasso's Musketeer, was one of Picasso's last oils before his death in 1973.

collectors to have the enormous potential for growth already realized today.  As a result, these lithographs, which were published in small editions, are now worth hundreds of times their original value.  However, they are still available at a very affordable price to those who are starting their collection for the first time, or who want to add to their collection.

Bigoni International Publishing Corporation is now making available these limited edition lithographs, created by four of the great modern masters of the Twentieth Century:  Picasso, Dali, Chagall, and Miro. 


This Picasso ceramic has been displayed in a number of museums, and is one of the early pieces acquired by the Bigoni Collection.

Unlike some other investments, the value in collectable art begins with the pride and possession of ownership.  These lithographs are professionally framed in conservation materials, ready to hang on your home or office wall.  Unlike other investments which may fluctuate in value, or disappear altogether, these works of art will retain and grow in value with the passage of time.  In a century from now, many things in our culture and society will change, however the modern masters of Picasso, Dali, Chagall, and Miro will still command the highest prices in collectible art.

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