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It is highly unlikely that you or I will ever be wealthy enough to acquire a piece of art from Damien Hirst. The provocative British artist, who first made a splash in the 1990s for formaldehyde-filled-tank sculptures occupied by preserved animals, is one of the world’s most successful living artists, with works sold in the tens of millions of dollars.
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