Art Law BlogPosts Tagged With "Renoir"

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Antiques Dealer Ordered to Pay $1.1 Million Over Sale of Fake Renoir

Posted April 6th, 2017 - by Amanda M.F. Bakale


New York gallery owner Alex Komolov has emerged victorious in litigation against antiques dealer Jack Shaoul arising out of the sale of a fake Renoir. Komolov, owner of the Alskom Gallery, sue… (read more)


Categories: Art Galleries, Art Market, Authentication, Fine Art, Forgeries, Legal Developments
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Trove of Nazi-looted Art Discovered in Munich Apartment, But Questions Remain

Posted November 5th, 2013 - by Lindsay Hogan


In September 2010, aboard a train from Switzerland, German customs agents were carrying out a routine check when they approached Cornelius Gurlitt.  The man, who seemed nervous, was in possession… (read more)


Categories: Fine Art, Nazi-looted Art, Provenance
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