IFARreports

Volume 13, No. 4

April 1992

Getting it Back: Legal Considerations in Recovering Stolen Art
— Richard Crewdson
The problems of physically repossessing a recovered work. Reprinted from Apollo, April 1988

Modigliani or Milieu?
— Virgilia H. Pancoast
Copy of Head of Jeanne H├ębuterne, work probably sold as a Modigliani by a friend of the artist.

FBI Seeking Fugitive Murderer with a Taste for Art
— Anna J. Kisluk
Seeking Raymond M. Scoville, collector of Dali prints and bail-jumper in slaying of partner, Colleen Racich in 1982.

U.S. Extends Ban on Artifacts from El Salvador
Emergency action designed to reduce incentive to pillage archaeological sites. Ban covers pre-Hispanic archaeological material from southwestern El Salvador.

Two Guilty Pleas in Los Angeles
— Anna J. Kisluk
Paul Drake Doremus, one of twin suspects, pleads guilty in Los Angeles gallery print thefts; Chris Lewis pleads guilty in graphics burglary.

In Memoriam
— Franklin Feldman
Margery Torrey Barber, first IFAR executive secretary.