Volume 13, No. 7/8
July/August 1992
• A Von Ostade and its Copy
— Virgilia H. Pancoast
• Macao Drawings Recovered at IFAR
— Constance Lowenthal
• Reward for Returning Stolen Art Incentives in U.S. Law
— Rebecca L. Fine
• Reward Subject to Conditions
— Margaret I. O'Brien
• Picasso's Pierrot: A Thousand Clowns
— Virgilia H. Pancoast
• Experts Meet on Art Theft
— Constance Lowenthal
• Snuff Bottles Stolen in UK (Burghley House, Lincolnshire)
— Anna J. Kisluk
• “Skunk” Steals Bronze and Painting of Cartoon Characters
— Anna J. Kisluk
• Iraqi Antiquities and Art Still Missing
— Anna J. Kisluk
• Egyptian Pectoral to Stay in Boston. Out of Court Settlement Ends Suit
• Recoveries: Gainsborough Recovered in London, Missing Since 1986
— Anna J. Kisluk
• Art Law Centre Seminar on Legal and Practical Aspects of Art Authentication
— Quentin Byrne Sutton and Marc André Renold
• Getting it Back: Legal Considerations in Recovering Stolen Art
— Richard Crewdson
• Modigliani or Milieu?
— Virgilia H. Pancoast
• FBI Seeking Fugitive Murderer with a Taste for Art
— Anna J. Kisluk
• U.S. Extends Ban on Artifacts from El Salvador
Volume 13, No. 2/3
February/March 1992
• Largest Worldwide Supplier of Counterfeit Prints Indicted
— Virgilia H. Pancoast
• Quedlinburg Settlement Leaves Fate of Meador Heirs Uncertain
— Constance Lowenthal
• IRS Rules Estate Taxes Are Due on Quedlinburg Treasure
— Franklin Feldman
• The Cyprus and Quedlinburg Cases: A Lawyer’s View of Two Recoveries
— Caroline Goeser