After eight years, the heirs of Gottlieb and Mathilde Kraus have reclaimed the 17th-century painting.Read more
The curator of the exhibition at Paris’s Shoah Memorial has made the claim on behalf of the rightful heirs of the works.Read more
Landesman has resurfaced in the art world after winning his sexual harassment suit, but his legal troubles may not be over yet.Read more
There are now six suspects under investigation for the show, which was shut down in 2017.Read more
The town’s mayor was one of the few people who knew that the real painting was somewhere safe but locals had their suspicions something was up.
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In court this week, one judge let a case against Gagosian proceed while another encouraged the collector and the gallery to reach a settlement.
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A London court has ruled that a group of former lecturers at the National Gallery should be granted workers’ rights.Read more
His attorneys claim it’s all in retaliation for a lawsuit.Read more
The International Foundation for Art Research says the fake could point to a larger con.
The post A Collector Says He Found a Jackson Pollock Painting Once Owned by Fidel Castro. Experts Say It’s a Scam appeared first on artnet News.Read more
X-rays helped officials spot the suspicious package before it could leave the country.
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