Friday, September 10, 2010

Art Litigation: Second Circuit Sends Art Ownership Dispute Back to the Drawing Board

Egon Schiele's Seated Woman With Bent Left Leg (Torso)

The headless woman who invaded my life five years ago, a well-known fixation of mine known to readers of the Copyright Litigation Blog.  She is pretty much single handedly responsible for me learning a great deal about Nazi art looting and adding that dimension to a blog that started out with other intentions.  People seem to like the mix!

Article from NYLJ on Second Circuit reversal in Bakalar v. Vavra here.

More on the litigation and Bakalar v. Vavra decision here.

More on Nazi art looting here.

More on Fritz Grunbaum and other artworks stolen from him here.

 Purchase Copyright Litigation Handbook from West here  

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