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Cardsharps Case Shows Caravaggio's Lasting Talent for Trouble

Posted  February 1, 2015
CC Attorney Pierre Valentin

Instead, explains Pierre Valentin, who heads Constantine Cannon’s art and cultural property law practice, “its potential was enough. In the art world there is increasingly litigation over how paintings should be described when sold at auction, with various gradations — a work can be attributed to, from the studio of or from the circle of an old master, down to being “after” the master, meaning that it’s a copy. A painting described in the upper gradations — for example, from… Read More