Volume 13, No. 7/8

July/August 1992

A Von Ostade and its Copy
— Virgilia H. Pancoast
Experts Egbert Haverkamp-Begemann and Bernard Schnackenburg say peasant scene, submitted to IFAR, is a copy of Adrien von Ostade’s Peasants under a Vine—Trellis at an Inn with a Bagpiper.

Macao Drawings Recovered at IFAR
— Constance Lowenthal
Aerobics instructor finds two 1830s George Chinnery drawings in Hell’s Kitchen; stolen while on loan to Bloomingdale's in New York from Museu Luis de Camoes, Macao.

Reward for Returning Stolen Art Incentives in U.S. Law
— Rebecca L. Fine
Review of the system of rewards for stolen art as addressed by June 1992 international conference and as treated in American law.

Reward Subject to Conditions
— Margaret I. O'Brien
Cindy and Joseph Fanelli collect $160,000, eventually, in recovery of Baltimore Museum of Art watches.

Still Stolen
Phillip Guston acrylic, Hooded (1968).

Stolen Art Alert
$250,000 reward offered for Monet, The Customs Officer’s Cabin at Pourville, and Picasso, Nude Before a Mirror, stolen in Los Angeles.

Just in…
Maillol bronze, The Mediterranean, stolen in New York.