IFAR Journal

• The Good Faith Owner and the Tardy Heir: Recent Cases Portend More Aggressive Defenses Against Holocaust-Era Art Claims
— Steven Alan Reiss and Jonathan Bloom
• Nazi-Era Restitution Lawsuits — New Developments in the California Courts
— Carla Shapreau
• Antiquities and the Law: A Survey of Recent Books
— Susan B. Bruning
Rembrandt Laughing — A Forgotten Painting Comes to Light
— Lisa Duffy-Zeballos
• Are They Pollocks? What Science Tells Us About the Matter Paintings: Preface
— Sharon Flescher
• Are They Pollocks? What Science Tells Us About the Matter Paintings: What's the Matter with Pollock? Issues of Connoisseurship and Abstraction
— Pepe Karmel
• Are They Pollocks? What Science Tells Us About the Matter Paintings: An Overview of the Scientific Analysis of the Matter Paintings
— Richard Newman
• Are They Pollocks? What Science Tells Us About the Matter Paintings: What Materials Tell Us About the Age and Attribution of the Matter Paintings
— James Martin
• Art and the Law: Expert Opinions and Liabilities – An IFAR Update
— Judith Bresler
• German Angst Over Return of Kirchner Painting
— Alexander Pulte
• Looking at Art: The Conservator’s View – Inpainting
— Joyce Hill Stoner
• Book Review: More Books on World War II’s Legacy in Art and Law
— Lucille Roussin
• The Benton Fake Game
— Henry Adams
• The Recovery from Austria of Five Paintings by Gustav Klimt: An IFAR Evening with the Neue Galerie, July 31, 2006
— E. Randol Schoenberg
• News and Updates: MFA Boston Cedes 13 Antiquities to Italy
— Sharon Flescher
• News and Updates: Conservators Studying Damage to Recovered Munch Paintings
— Sharon Flescher
• A Digital Technique for Authentication in the Visual Arts
— Daniel Rockmore, Siwei Lyu and Hany Farid
• Toulouse-Lautrec’s Moulin-Rouge: La Goulue—Lithograph or Reproduction?
— Charles B. Goldstein
• Hurricane Katrina and the Visual Arts
— The Editor
• Hurricane Katrina: The Damage to Historic Structures on the Mississippi Gulf Coast
— David Preziosi