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Art market pushes on with rocky crypto romanceIn this file photograph taken on February 15, 2022, a gallery assistant looks at a digital reproduction of the painting ‘Madonna del Cardellino (Madonna of the Goldfinch’ by Raphael, displayed as part of the ‘Eternalising Art History: From Da Vinci to Modigliani’ exhibition at the Unit London gallery in London, where so-called “NFT”, (non-fungible token) digital reproductions of six Italian masterpieces, including paintings by Leonardo da Vinci and Amedeo Modigliani, are on display in London as part of the exhibition, entitled “Eternalising Art History”. Image: JUSTIN TALLIS / AFP
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