Volume 13, No. 10

October 1992

Imported Pollock Seized: Customs Gets “Fake” Out of Harm's Way
— Constance Lowenthal
Daniel Panchaud indicted for fraud; scheme uncovered to defraud potential buyers of Pollock, Reflections in the Door No. 5.

Bolivian Textiles Return Home
— Constance Lowenthal
48 illegally exported ancient Aymara weavings from Coroma go home.

California Recoveries: Gallery Owner Recovers Stolen Works
— Anna J. Kisluk
Two Ben Messick works, stolen from Eclectic Gallery van in San Francisco, returned by pawnshop; stolen Sauerwein turns up in Santa Fe gallery.

California Recoveries: FBI and Monterey County Police Recover Remington
— Anna J. Kisluk
Stolen from Ord Preston home in La Jolla, Calif.; Michael T. Ford arrested.

California Recoveries: Botero and Dubuffet Sculptures
— Anna J. Kisluk
Insurance and recovery saga of Dubuffet Le Seringue and Botero, The Two Lovers, stolen from a truck in 1990.

Stolen Art Alert
$50,000 reward for Egyptian antiquities, stolen in transit between Cleveland and New York City.

Paintings, Pastels, Mixed Media Works, Watercolors: Degas, Francken, Kisling, Laurencin, Manguin, Matisse, Remington, Sauerwein, Sotheby-Pitcher, Utrillo. Prints, Drawings; Cassatt. Sculpture; Botero. Decorative Arts: Liturgical Objects: Limoges School reliquary.