IFAR Journal

• Washington Principles – “A Glass More Than Half-Full” – The Anniversary Berlin Conference
— David D’Arcy
• The Ninth Circuit Ruling in Favor of the Norton Simon Museum – Is This the End to the Dispute over Adam & Eve?
— Thomas R. Kline and Olga Symeonoglou
• Did Fidel Castro Really Own a Pollock?
— Lisa Duffy-Zeballos
• In Memoriam: David Campbell
• What Is It About Modigliani? – An IFAR Evening, April 24, 2018
— Kenneth Wayne, Lena Stringari, Isabelle Duvernois, and Marc Restellini
• The Berkshire Museum Deaccessioning Controversy
— Sinclaire Devereux-Marber
• News & Updates: U.S. Supreme Court Nixes Seizure of Iranian Art Objects
— Andrea Gumushian and Sharon Flescher
• News & Updates: Beware of Greeks Requesting Horses – Demand Letter Halts Sale of Bronze Horse
— Andrea Gumushian and Sharon Flescher
• The Legacy of a Controversial Collection: Walter Chrysler’s Cubist Composition Gets Another Look
— Lisa Duffy-Zeballos and Sharon Flescher
• Portrait’s Pedigree Holds Up But Not Its Van Dyck Attribution
— Lisa Duffy-Zeballos
• All in the (Mount) Family: Which Sportsman at the Well Is Autograph?
— Lisa Duffy-Zeballos
• Book Review: A Report on the Status Report of the Munich Art Trove
— Michele Wijegoonaratna
• My Father, Richard Diebenkorn
— Gretchen Diebenkorn Grant
• Frida Kahlo’s Lost Painting, The Wounded Table – A Mystery
— Helga Prignitz-Poda and Katarina Lopatkina
• IFAR Vindicated in Suit to Force it to Review and Declare Painting Authentic
— Thomas R. Kline and Anju Uchima
Et Tu Brute: Artists Disavowals in This Moment of American Politics
— Lena Saltos
• Cri-Me-a-River! Crimean Gold in the Crosshairs of Geopolitics
— Evelien Campfens and Irina Tarsis
• The Recovery of the Quedlinburg Treasures: Would Anything Be Different Now? – An IFAR Evening, April 24, 2017
— Charles T. Little and Thomas R. Kline
• The Recovery of the Quedlinburg Treasures: Highlights and Mysteries
— Charles T. Little
• The Recovery of the Quedlinburg Treasures: The Legal Context for Recovery
— Thomas R. Kline