Art Antiquity and Law March 2000


Volume V, Issue 1 (March 2000)


Sales Relating to Jointly Owned Chattels
by Edward Manisty

Problems and Strategies for Art Auctions in China
by Zhou Lin

The Mainland’s Environment and the Protection of China’s Cultural Heritage
by He Shuzong

Fixtures and Historic Buildings
by Norman Palmer and Anthony Hudson

Case Notes

Copyright in Photographs of Works of Art: the Bridgeman Litigation
by Simon Stokes

Forfeiture of an Antiquity Claimed by Italy: the Steinhardt Case
by Martha Lufkin

A Landmark Decision in Art Law by the European Court of Human Rights – Beyeler v. Italy
by Marc-André Renold

Copyright in Commissioned Paintings – Durand v. Molino
by Simon Stokes


Spoliation of Works of Art During the Holocaust and World War II Period: Commentary on National Museum Directors’ Conference First Progress Report on Provenance Research

Conference Reports

Art Loans and Exhibitions
by Emily Pocock

Art Crime: Protecting Art, Protecting Artists and Protecting Consumers
by Tanja Porter


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