Posts Tagged ‘ Pablo Picasso ’

Picasso's plaster Buste de femme (Marie Therese).

When does title pass in an art transaction? Test case between Larry Gagosian and Qatari Royal Family.

Mar 1st, 2016 | By

Normally title of an artwork passes to a new owner upon the seller’s receipt of agreed funds. The seller presents an invoice to the buyer showing he has a clear title to a certain object and that he has agreed to sell at a certain price. However, a court case in the news at the
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The Bubble in the Chinese Art Market

Aug 25th, 2012 | By

It has been rumoured for a few years that the astronomic growth rate attributed to the Chinese art market was exaggerated.  Western buyers who tried to participate in auctions on the Chinese mainland said it was difficult and that there was no clarity on what was going on or the final price achieved.  Western journalists
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