art dealer

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a dealer in works of art requiring esthetic evaluation

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Bachstitz eventually took it back to his principal gallery in The Hague, but when the Nazis invaded and occupied The Netherlands in May 1940, the art dealer was imprisoned.
The case is linked to an investigation into a dispute between Rybolovlev and Swiss art dealer Yves Bouvier.
The artwork in question is Monet's 1914-17 "Waterlilies With Reflections of Tall Grass" and the claimant is prominent art dealer David Nahmad, who is based in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Duveen's book is an extreme case, but the genre of the art dealer memoir does carry an expectation of revelation--that experiences and anecdotes which have been carefully stockpiled over the years will find their way into print, as the dealer's cloak of discretion is at least partly shrugged off.
The Geneva prosecutors' office said: "The pieces were brought from the UK by a once-prominent English art dealer, whose name surfaced in several trafficking cases.
Gurlitt inherited these pieces from his father Hildebrand Gurlitt, an art dealer who was was reportedly ordered by Hitler to acquire and sell the art to help finance Nazi activities.
Salander, who was sentenced to six years in the clink for grand larceny in 2010, traded "Pirate II" to another art dealer named Joseph Carroll.
Zoe Dusanne: An Art Dealer Who Made a Difference tells of a respected Afro-American woman whose pioneering Dusanne Gallery affected the mid-fifties art world of the Pacific Northwest.
A SELF-STYLED lord of the manor was ordered to repay more than pounds 1m after conning an art dealer into buying a fake Lowry.
ART experts believe they have identified a new Leonardo da Vinci which a London art dealer says is worth nearly pounds 100m.
Among many others, Blue Chip French Art Dealer Yvon Lambert rounded out his global presence with Mr.
THIS picture of the mouth of the Tyne was among those allegedly stolen in a robbery at the home of an art dealer.
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane tells of Hugh Lane, who began his career in the arts as an apprentice painting restorer, became a London art dealer, and eventually amassed a collection of art which led to Ireland's most famous public art collections.
An impressive photographic retrospective of truly extraordinary works of art that the author has placed with collectors over the past quarter century of his professional career as an art dealer, The Authentic Eye is very strongly recommended as a precisely presented display of memorable pieces of folk art exemplifying an American historical art heritage.