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30 July 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Hitler’s bronze horses to become government property in legal settlement: Two bronze horses sculpted by Josef Thorak for Adolf Hitler’s… Read More »30 July 2021

23 July 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Unesco strips Liverpool of its world heritage status: Liverpool has been stripped of its coveted world heritage status after Unesco… Read More »23 July 2021

2 July 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Greek police recover Picasso and Mondrian paintings stolen nine years ago in major heist: Two paintings by Picasso and Mondrian… Read More »2 July 2021

19 May 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe The Uffizi Gallery just sold a Michelangelo NFT for $170,000, and now is quickly minting more masterpieces from its collection:… Read More »19 May 2021

11 May 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Struggling nightclubs in Germany will be recategorized as cultural institutions: Clubs in Germany could enjoy some of the same legal… Read More »11 May 2021

4 May 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Germany to return Benin Bronzes to Nigeria beginning in 2022: Germany has promised to return its trove of looted artworks known… Read More »4 May 2021

19 April 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Citing public health crisis, French court dismisses appeal to lift lockdown on galleries: In March, the Comité Professionnel des Galeries… Read More »19 April 2021

29 March 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe German Nazi-looted art panel recommends return of Franz Marc’s Foxes to heirs of Jewish banker: Germany’s advisory panel on Nazi-looted… Read More »29 March 2021

22 March 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Recovered: Greek authorities recover a 5th century BCE headless marble statue of a seated male: Following a multi-month investigation, authorities… Read More »22 March 2021

8 February 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Discoveries at Stonehenge highlight controversial new tunnel’s threat to heritage: Archaeologists excavating at Stonehenge have uncovered prehistoric human remains and… Read More »8 February 2021

4 January 2021

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Spanish government sets January deadline to break deadlock over Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum collection: Spain’s culture minister has set a deadline of… Read More »4 January 2021

17 August 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe How recent anti-racism protests have pushed a longstanding debate about colonial looting in Europe: The conversation around the removal of monuments… Read More »17 August 2020

27 July 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum seeks to recover ancient Egyptian jars before auction: A lawyer for Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum has called on a… Read More »27 July 2020

20 July 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon We are pleased to report that Chambers and Partners has ranked Constantine Cannon Art & Cultural Property Team in the top tier “Band 1” of… Read More »20 July 2020

13 July 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Sotheby’s to auction £4m restituted Bellotto painting that Jewish retail magnate was forced to sell to Hitler: A painting considered one of Bernado… Read More »13 July 2020

6 July 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Coronavirus: Arts sector applauds £1.6bn bailout: Cultural leaders have welcomed an unprecedented billion-pound bailout of the arts, which was hailed as… Read More »6 July 2020

29 June 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Paris dealer who sold golden sarcophagus to New York’s Metropolitan Museum charged with fraud and money laundering: The French dealer Christophe… Read More »29 June 2020

23 June 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Experts call for regulation after latest botched art restoration in Spain: Conservation experts in Spain have called for a tightening of… Read More »23 June 2020

1 June 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Research on Gurlitt Trove of art possibly looted by Nazis concludes, offering few answers: One of the most publicised cases of potentially Nazi-looted art began in 2010, when… Read More »1 June 2020

18 May 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Italian museums start to reopen from today after €55bn lifeline from government: Italy’s museums have taken a financial blow over the… Read More »18 May 2020

11 May 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Art arbitration panel in The Hague steps up a gear to tackle complex disputes: The specialist Court of Arbitration for Art… Read More »11 May 2020

4 May 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe French galleries and ‘small museums’ to re-open in stages from 11 May: Galleries and “small museums” in France could reopen from… Read More »4 May 2020

27 April 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Museums wrangle to extend exhibition loans beyond lockdown: The closure of museums worldwide due to Coronavirus has raised the complicated question of… Read More »27 April 2020

20 April 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Art galleries in Germany to reopen this week: Last Wednesday, the German government announced that it would begin to lift the country’s lockdown. As… Read More »20 April 2020

06 April 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe British museum set to return sacred artefacts that belonged to indigenous Canadian chief: The Royal Albert Memorial Museum is reportedly planning… Read More »06 April 2020

30 March 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Our Response to the Coronavirus Crisis Like organisations around the globe, Constantine Cannon is taking steps to remain fully operational while responding to… Read More »30 March 2020

23 March 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Christie’s switches focus to private sales and postpones auctions to deal with coronavirus: Christie’s London office closed at the end of the… Read More »23 March 2020

16 March 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Historic, high-value paintings stolen from Oxford college gallery: Three high-value paintings have been stolen in a burglary at Christ Church Picture… Read More »16 March 2020

9 March 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Fairs in a time of coronavirus: trepidation turns to relief at a quieter—but not disastrous—Tefaf Maastricht: Trepidation among the 285 exhibitors was palpable… Read More »9 March 2020

2 March 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Newly attributed Artemisia Gentileschi painting of David and Goliath revealed in London: Ahead of the first major UK exhibition of the… Read More »2 March 2020

27 January 2020

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe ‘Like Noah’s ark’: Polish art collection with chequered history back on show: The fate of the Czartoryski collection has been a mirror of Polish… Read More »27 January 2020

01 July 2019

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Ministers block export of 18th century watercolour by “genius” landscape artist: An 18th century watercolour by the artist who John… Read More »01 July 2019

24 June 2019

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Lost Version of Delacroix Masterpiece Goes on View After Being Found in Paris Apartment: French painter Eugène Delacroix did many… Read More »24 June 2019

03 June 2019

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Consultation on the trade in non-elephant ivory launched by government: A consultation into the trade of non-elephant ivory has been… Read More »03 June 2019

20 May 2019

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Judge dismisses appeal against Simon de Pury in court case over ‘gentleman’s agreement’: Lord Justice Lewison dismissed the appeal at… Read More »20 May 2019

13 May 2019

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Locked out via legal loophole: artists evicted from London studios following ‘administrative error’: Twenty-five London-based artists have been locked out… Read More »13 May 2019

05 May 2019

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Photo London rescinds partnership with Brunei’s Dorchester Collection after protests: Photo London is scrambling to distance itself from a partnership… Read More »05 May 2019

14 April 2019

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Kamel Mennour to show controversial ‘rediscovered’ Caravaggio in Paris gallery: The painting of Judith beheading Holofernes, somewhat controversially attributed to… Read More »14 April 2019

11 March 2019

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Italian scholars unveil Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘only surviving sculpture’: The curators of an exhibition in Florence have this week unveiled… Read More »11 March 2019

8 October 2018

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Banksy Painting Self-Destructs After Fetching $1.4 Million at Sotheby’s: The British street artist Banksy pulled off one of his most spectacular… Read More »8 October 2018

25 July 2018

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Italian police recover two stolen paintings attributed to masters Rubens and Renoir: Police in northern Italy have located paintings attributed to Peter… Read More »25 July 2018

5 July 2018

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Cézanne’s Heirs and the Kunstmuseum Bern Reach a Historic Agreement Over a Mysterious Cézanne in the Gurlitt Trove: Paul Cézanne’s family has reached… Read More »5 July 2018

21 June 2018

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe Art dealers slam proposed European Union licence regulations: The European Union is considering stringent new import licence regulations on cultural goods… Read More »21 June 2018

new york court dismisses agnes martin

New York Court Dismisses Claims Against Agnes Martin Authentification Committee

On 5 April 2018, a New York State court dismissed a complaint filed by the Mayor Gallery, a London-based art dealer, against Agnes Martin Catalogue Raisonné LLC (“AMCR”), Arnold Glimcher, the managing member of AMCR’s authentification committee and the owner of the Pace Gallery, Tiffany Bell, the catalogue’s editor, and other members of AMCR’s authentification committee for their refusal to include 13 artworks purportedly by Agnes Martin in the artist’s Catalogue Raisonné. The complaint sought more than $7 million in damages.

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3 May 2018

Art@Law | Constantine Cannon Europe European Union tightens anti-money-laundering rules in the art market: On 19 April, the European Parliament adopted the fifth Anti-Money-Laundering directive, which… Read More »3 May 2018