IFAR Journal

Volume 2, No. 3
Summer 1999
• Dr. Gachet—Friend of Cézanne and Van Gogh?
— Walter Feilchenfeldt
• Expert Art Opinions and Liabilities
— Judith Bresler
• Surfing the Web: An IFAR Perspective, Part II: Museum-Related Sites
— Marilyn Schmitt
• Updates & Newsbriefs: Long-Awaited Ruling in the “Steinhardt Case”
— Sharon Flescher
Volume 2, No. 2
Spring 1999
• Technical Examination Methods: A Retrospective Look at Degas’ Little Dancer Aged Fourteen
— Arthur C. Beale
• The Russo-German Dispute on “Trophy Art” – A Counterpart to the Discussion on “Nazi-Looted Art”
— Kristiane Burchardi and Christof Kalb
• Updates & Newsbriefs: The Odyssey of a Forged Renoir
— Sharon Flescher
• An IFAR Evening: The Jacob Lawrence Catalogue Raisonné Project
— Peter T. Nesbett
Volume 2, No. 1
Winter 1998/99
• An IFAR Miró Authentication in the “Age of Mechanical Reproduction”
— Sharon Flescher and Adrian V. Sudhalter
• Ten Important Thefts in 1998
• Ten Important Recoveries in 1998
• Updates & Newsbriefs: Stolen Pissarro Oil Painting Found After 20 Years
— Sharon Flescher
Volume 1, No. 3
Autumn 1998
• Native American Art and Antiques: A Legal Primer for Collectors
— Susan B. Bruning
• Museums Adopt Holocaust-Era Restitution Guidelines
• The Statute of Limitations on Art Recovery Cases: An Overview
— Lawrence M. Kaye
• Authentication Service Report: A Virgin of Sorrows
— Paul Crenshaw
Volume 1, No. 2
Summer 1998
• Schiele and Looted Art: A Gallery Director’s First-Hand Experiences
— Jane Kallir
• A Note from the New Executive Director of IFAR
— Sharon Flescher
• Letters to the Editor
— Franklin Feldman and John H. Merryman
• New York’s Statute of Limitations with Respect to Stolen Art and Holocaust Claims
— Franklin Feldman