Art Antiquity and Law - General Index 1996 - 2014 - A

 

Topics covered:

  • Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights
    Acceptance in lieu
    Afghanistan
    Africa
    Agency
    Alternative Dispute Resolution
    Antiquities
    Anti-Seizure
    Archaeology
    Architecture
    Archives

 



Art Loans
Artist s Resale Right
Artists Rights
Attribution
Auction Houses
Auctions
Australia
Austria
Authenticity

 

Subject Year Issue Author Title
Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights 1996 I-1 Andrew Kenyon Australian Aboriginal Art, Carpets and Copyright
Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights 1996 I-3 Andrew Kenyon Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement v. South Australia
Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights 1997 II-3 Sir Anthony Mason First Nations Heritage: Land Rights and Cultural Integrity
Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights 1997 II-1 Terri Janke The Application of Copyright and other Intellectual Property Laws to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural and Intellectual Property
Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights 1998 III-1 Gregory Tolhurst A Comment on the Return of Indigenous Artefacts
Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights 1998 III-4 Andrew Kenyon Communal Interests in Copyright to Australian Aboriginal Art (Bulun Bulun v. R&T Textiles Pty Ltd)
Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights 2004 IX-1 Piers Davies The Return of Treasures to Indigenous Peoples
Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights 2004 IX-2 Christine Alder and Kenneth Polk Examining Claims of Fraud and Deception in Australian Aboriginal Art
Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights 2000 V-3 Tristan Shek Can Dust Remain Dust? English Law and Indigenous Human Remains
Aboriginal and Indigenous Rights 2013 XVIII-2 Richard Brockett Protected or Imperilled? Indigenous Cultural Heritage in Queensland
Acceptance in lieu 1997 II-4 Heather Wilson State Intervention - Fiscal Incentives and Financial Assistance
Afghanistan 2012 XVII-2 Nina Neuhaus Repatriation of Looted Artefacts to Afghanistan: the New Concept of the 'White Knight'
Africa 1998 III-2 Folarin Shyllon The Destruction and Neglect of Historic Monuments in Nigeria
Africa 1998 III-3 Folarin Shyllon One Hundred Years of Looting Nigerian Art Treasures 1897-1996
Africa 1999 IV-1 Folarin Shyllon Constitutional Provisions for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage in Africa
Africa 2000 V-2 Folarin Shyllon International Standards for Cultural Heritage: An African Perspective
Africa 2002 VII-3 Roderick J. McIntosh Africa: Cause for Despair and for Hope
Africa 2003 VIII-2 Folarin Shyllon Negotiations for the Return of Nok Sculptures from France to Nigeria - An Unrighteous Conclusion
Africa 2011 XVI-1 Folarin Shyllon Return of Makonde Mask from Switzerland to Tanzania: A Righteous Conclusion?
Africa 2012 XVII-2 Folarin Shyllon Why African States Must Embrace the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention
Africa 2013 XVIII-4 Afolasade Abidemi Adewumi War Time Pains, All Time Pains: Spoilage of Cultural Property in Mali
Africa 2014 XIX-2 Folarin Shyllon Repatriation of Antiquities to Sub-Saharan Africa: the Agony and the Ecstasy
Agency 1999 IV-2 A.H. Hudson Agency and the Sale of Paintings
Agency 1999 IV-2 Ramona Mehta Nahum v. Royal Holloway and Bedford New College: Agents and Oral Commission Agreements
Agency 2014 XIX-1 Katharine Mason Agency and the Enforceability of Agreements: Gaydamak v. Leviev
Alternative Dispute Resolution 2007 XII-1 Norman Palmer Spoliation and Holocaust-Related Cultural Objects: Legal and Ethical Models for the Resolution of Claims
Alternative Dispute Resolution 1997 II-4 John Kendall Expert Determination: its Use in Resolving Art and Antiquity Disputes
Alternative Dispute Resolution 1998 III-1 Sir Anthony Mason Mediation and Art Disputes
Alternative Dispute Resolution 2012 XVII-2 Norman Palmer The Mediation of Cultural and Spiritual Questions: Mohinder Singh Khaira v. Daljit Singh Shergill
Antiquities 1996 I-2 Wojciech Kowalski Title to Finds and Discovered Antiquities under Polish Law
Antiquities 1997 II-3 Janet Blake Export Embargoes and the International Antiquities Market - the Turkish Experience
Antiquities 1998 III-4 Tini Peterzens-Nysten Protection of Discovered Antiquities in Finland
Antiquities 2004 IX-2 Molly Torsen From the Aegean to the Baltic and Beyond: An Analysis of Cultural Property Dispersion
Antiquities 2004 IX-4 Carolyn Shelbourn Presidents and Preservation: The US Antiquities Act of 1906
Antiquities 2000 V-1 Martha Lufkin Forfeiture of an Antiquity Claimed by Italy: the Steinhardt Case
Antiquities 2002 VII-1 Christine Alder and Ken Polk Stopping this Awful Business: the Illicit Traffic in Antiquities Examined as a Criminal Market
Antiquities 2002 VII-2 Malcolm Bell III Italian Antiquities in America
Antiquities 2002 VII-4 Steve Bourget Ancient Cultures in Peril: The Case of Peru
Antiquities 2003 VIII-2 Melvin Soudijin and Edgar Tijhuis Some Perspectives on the Illicit Antiquities Trade in China
Antiquities 2003 VIII-4 Martha Lufkin Criminal Liability for Receiving State-Claimed Antiquities in the United States: The 'Schultz' Case
Antiquities 2003 VIII-4 Richard Harwood Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Act 2003
Antiquities 2003 VIII-4 Kevin Chamberlain The Iraq (United Nations Sanctions) Order 2003 - Is It Human Rights Act-Compatible?
Antiquities 2005 X-1 Gitanjali Deb Stealing Gods: Illegal Trade in Indian Antiquities
Antiquities 2006 XI-1 Ian Upjohn The Protection of Iraqi Cultural Heritage in Australian Domestic Law
Antiquities 2006 XI-2 Gertrude M. Prescott A Different Kind of ‘Special’: The Metropolitan Police’s Art and Antiques Unit’s Initiative ArtBEAT
Antiquities 2007 XII-1 Marc Weber Iran v. Berend – Renvoi for Movable Property?
Antiquities 2007 XII-3 Matthias Weller Iran v. Barakat: Some Observations on the Application of Foreign Public Law by domestic courts from a Comparative Perspective
Antiquities 2008 XIII-1 Monica Jackson Archaeology, Looting and the Luxury Arts in the XXI Century
Antiquities 2008 XIII-2 Kevin Chamberlain The Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Cultural Heritage Laws: Iran v. Barakat
Antiquities 2008 XIII-2 Lyndel Prott The History and Development of Processes for the Recovery of Cultural Heritage
Antiquities 2009 XIV-1 Gao Sheng Recovering Illegally Removed Cultural Property and Improving Cultural Property Protection: A Chinese Perspective
Antiquities 2009 XIV-1 Patty Gerstenblith Schultz and Barakat: Universal Recognition of National Ownership of Antiquities
Antiquities 2009 XIV-2 Ling Ji The Two Zodiacs: Possible Methods for Returning Lost Relics to China
Antiquities 2009 XIV-3 Lyndel Prott Ten years in force – the UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects
Antiquities 2009 XIV-3 Marina Papa Sokal Beyond the Nationalist-Internationalist Polarisation in the Protection of Archaeological Heritage
Antiquities 2009 XIV-4 Rhonda Schechter Preventing Pillage and Promoting Politics: the Dual Goals of the US-China Bilateral Agreement
Antiquities 2012 XVII-2 Stefan Lunden Perspectives on Looting, the Illicit Antiquities Trade, Art and Heritage
Antiquities 2012 XVII-2 Nina Neuhaus Repatriation of Looted Artefacts to Afghanistan: the New Concept of the 'White Knight'
Antiquities 2012 XVII-2 Nina Neuhaus Antiquities Business as a Matrimonial Asset: Rossi v. Rossi
Antiquities 2012 XVII-3 Geoffrey Cole Hoards, Archaeology and the Law
Antiquities 2012 XVII-4 Zia Akhtar Theft in Babylon: Repatriation and International Law
Antiquities 2013 XVIII-3 Leila Amineddoleh The Role of Museums in the Trade of Black Market Cultural Heritage Property
Antiquities 2013 XVIII-3 Alexander Herman Antiquities, Blocked Assets and Iran: A Warning to Museums? Rubin v. Iran
Antiquities 2014 XIX-1 Mia Logan Limiting Access to Art in Hopes of Decreased Cultural Property Destruction: An Assessment of the United States and China’s Memorandum of Understanding for 2014
Antiquities 2014 XIX-1 Andrzej Jakubowski Black Sea Tomb Raiders and the Practice of Global Cultural Exchange: Revisiting the Ethics and Responsbility of Museums
Antiquities 2014 XIX-2 Folarin Shyllon Repatriation of Antiquities to Sub-Saharan Africa: the Agony and the Ecstasy
Anti-Seizure 2007 XII-2 Shoshana Berman Protection of Cultural Objects on Loan: the Israeli Perspective
Anti-Seizure 2008 XIII-4 Charles Goldstein Protection of Cultural Objects on Loan: The Israeli Perspective
Anti-Seizure 2009 XIV-1 Manlio Frigo Protection of Cultural Property on Loan – Anti-Seizure and State Immunity Laws: An Italian Perspective
Anti-Seizure 2009 XIV-1 Matthias Weller The Safeguarding of Foreign Cultural Objects on Loan in Germany
Anti-Seizure 2009 XIV-4 Matthias Weller Third-Party Claims on the Occasion of Cross-Border Art Loans in Europe
Anti-Seizure 2011 XVI-1 Norman Palmer Itinerant Art and the Architecture of Immunity from Legal Process: Questions of Policy and Drafting
Archaeology 2002 VII-1 Wojciech Kowalski Still Unfinished History of Biblical Finds of Qumran
Archaeology 2007 XII-3 Carolyn Shelbourn Protecting Archaeological Resources in the United States: Some Lessons in Law and Practice for England?
Archaeology 2008 XIII-1 Monica Jackson Archaeology, Looting and the Luxury Arts in the XXI Century
Archaeology 2009 XIV-3 Marina Papa Sokal Beyond the Nationalist-Internationalist Polarisation in the Protection of Archaeological Heritage
Archaeology 2010 XV-3 Carolyn Shelbourn Digging the Dead – Burial Archaeology in Britain: Law, Policy and the Case for Reform
Archaeology 2012 XVII-1 Kelly Culbertson Contemporary Customary International Law in the Case of Nefertiti
Archaeology 2012 XVII-3 Geoffrey Cole Hoards, Archaeology and the Law
Archaeology 2013 XVIII-1 Carolyn Shelbourn Burial Archaeology: Reflections on the Law, Policy and Ethics of Research on Human Remains and ‘Digging the Dead’
Architectural Protection 2004 IX-1 Patrick O'Keefe Historic Complexes
Archives 2002 VII-1 Jongsok Kim The Oe-KyuJangGak Archives
Archives 2010 XV-3 Patricia Kennedy Grimsted  Progress in the Return of Displaced Archives from Russia – Steps Forward and Hurdles Ahead
Archives 2013 XVIII-4 Patricia Kennedy Grimsted Chabad Sacred Texts, Russian-American Art Loans and a Tall Ship Named ‘Hope’: Beyond Cold War over a Restitution Claim?
Art Loans 1996 I-3 Norman Palmer Art Loans as Legal Animals
Art Loans 1998 III-4 Norman Palmer Lenders, Borrowers and the Insurance of Art Works (Blundell v. State of New South Wales)
Art Loans 1999 IV-1 Antony Anderson A Collector's View of the Art Loan Process: Lessons from the Denney Collection
Art Loans 1999 IV-1 Martha Lufkin Caught Holding the Bag: When Stolen Art Claims Hits Museum Hosting Loans Shows
Art Loans 1999 IV-3 Antony Anderson A Postscript to the Denney Collection
Art Loans 1999 IV-4 Martha Lufkin The Subpoena Heard Around the World: the Schiele Litigation
Art Loans 2001 VI-4 Rosalie Cass The Museum Courier and the Distribution of Liability for Loans in Transit
Art Loans 2006 XI-1 Anna O'Connell Immunity from Seizure: An Overview
Art Loans 2006 XI-3 Norman Palmer Itinerant Art in the European Community: Loans, Collective Title, Shared Enjoyment and the Mystique of Museum Property – A Common Lawyer’s Perspective
Art Loans 2007 XII-2 Shoshana Berman Protection of Cultural Objects on Loan: the Israeli Perspective
Art Loans 2008 XIII-4 Charles Goldstein Protection of Cultural Objects on Loan: The Israeli Perspective
Art Loans 2009 XIV-1 Manlio Frigo Protection of Cultural Property on Loan – Anti-Seizure and State Immunity Laws: An Italian Perspective
Art Loans 2009 XIV-1 Matthias Weller The Safeguarding of Foreign Cultural Objects on Loan in Germany
Art Loans 2009 XIV-4 Matthias Weller Third-Party Claims on the Occasion of Cross-Border Art Loans in Europe
Art Loans 2011 XVI-1 Norman Palmer Itinerant Art and the Architecture of Immunity from Legal Process: Questions of Policy and Drafting
Art Loans 2011 XVI-2 Jo Torr How Differing Notions of Ownership Have an Impact on Loans
Art Loans 2012 XVII-2 Kathleen Soriano How We Made a Blockbuster out of Bronze
Art Loans 2013 XVIII-4 Patricia Kennedy Grimsted Chabad Sacred Texts, Russian-American Art Loans and a Tall Ship Named ‘Hope’: Beyond Cold War over a Restitution Claim?
Art Mobility 1998 III-1 George Ortiz The Cross-Border Movement of Art: Can & Should it be Stemmed?
Art Mobility 1998 III-2 Ian McCulloch and Jessica Koravos The Burrell Showcase
Art Mobility 1999 IV-3 Andrea Biondi The Merchant, the Thief and the Citizen: the Circulation of Works of Art within the European Union
Art Theft 2005 X-4 Simon Mackenzie Criminal and Victim Profiles in Art Theft: Motive, Opportunity and Repeat Victimisation 
Art Trading 2008 XIII-4 Katarzyna Zalasińska and Janusz Malanowski Good Faith in Art Trading in Poland
Artistic Craftsmanship 2009 XIV-3 Anthony Misquitta What is Art? Artistic Craftmanship Revisited: Lucasfilm Ltd v Ainsworth
Artists 2012 XVII-3 Julia Winters The 'Status of the Artist' under Canadian Law
Artists resale right 2013 XVIII-3 Paul Kearns A Hidden Minority: A Comparative Study of the Rights of Artists in England, France and the USA
Artist's Resale Right 2006 XI-2 Simon Stokes Artist’s Resale Right – A Summary of the Artist’s Resale Right Regulations 2006
Artist's Resale Right 2010 XV-1 Matthias Weller Choice-of-Law Rules for Droit de Suite: the German Model
Artist's Resale Right 2010 XV-3 Jack Ogden Will the Glitterati be Affected if they make Glitter Arty? Jewellery and the Artist’s Resale Right
Artists' rights 2013 XVIII-3 Paul Kearns A Hidden Minority: A Comparative Study of the Rights of Artists in England, France and the USA
Attribution 2003 VIII-2 A.H. Hudson Attribution of Paintings and Sale by Description
Attribution 2005 X-3 A.H. Hudson A Tale of Two Urns: Dating and Attribution of Art and Antiques (Taylor Thomson v. Christie's)
Auction houses 2014 XIX-2 Alexander Herman Auction Houses and Disputed Title: Hillary and Hillary v. Hillary
Auctions 1996 I-1 David Murphy Art Auctions in China
Auctions 1996 I-3 Edward Manisty Negotiated Sales of Heritage Chattels: The Law, Practice and Procedures with some Comments on Funding (Part 1)
Auctions 1996 I-4 Edward Manisty Negotiated Sales of Heritage Chattels: The Law, Practice and Procedures with some Comments on Funding: Part II
Auctions 1997 II-2 Anna Polzer Auction Law and Practice in Germany
Auctions 1997 II-2 Joanna Goyder VAT on Auctioneers' Services
Auctions 1997 II-2 Wojciech Kowalski Under the Polish Hammer: Auction Practice and Law in an Emerging Market Economy
Auctions 1999 IV-3 David Carey Miller and Nancy Leidiger Natural Law in the Ascendancy: Forced Auction Title Defect; a German Law Case Study
Auctions 2000 V-1 Zhou Lin Problems and Strategies for Art Auctions in China
Auctions 2003 VIII-3 Peter McGarrick Lorca's Poet in New York - a 64-Year-Long Saga
Auctions 2005 X-2 A.H. Hudson Auctions and Conversion (Marcq v. Christie's)
Auctions 2005 X-3 A.H. Hudson A Tale of Two Urns: Dating and Attribution of Art and Antiques (Taylor Thomson v. Christie's)
Auctions 2005 X-3 Norman Palmer Keeping the Score: The Rachmaninoff Claim and the Circumspection of Auction Houses
Auctions 2007 XII-2 Philip Davis and Graham Ludlum On-Line Auctions Take a Hammering
Auctions 2008 XIII-1 Melanie Bristow Auction Sales and Negligent Misstatement in the Conflict of Laws: Morin v. Bonhams & Brooks Ltd
Auctions 2009 XIV-2 Ling Ji The Two Zodiacs: Possible Methods for Returning Lost Relics to China
Auctions 2009 XIV-3 A.H. Hudson On-Line Auctions and Specific Performance: Smythe v. Thomas
Auctions 2013 XVIII-1 Paul Stevenson The Mystery of the Coleridge Collar: William Duke Coleridge, 5th Baron Coleridge of Ottery St Mary v. Sotheby’s
Australia 1997 II-2 Gregory Tolhurst An Outline of Moveable Cultural Heritage Protection in Australia
Australia 1998 III-1 Gregory Tolhurst A Comment on the Return of Indigenous Artefacts
Australia 2001 VI-1 Patrick O'Keefe The Use of Criminal Offences in UNESCO Countries: Australia, Canada and the U.S.A.
Australia 2006 XI-1 Ian Upjohn The Protection of Iraqi Cultural Heritage in Australian Domestic Law
Australia 2006 XI-4 Joel Gilman Historic Shipwreck Protection Law in Australia
Australia 2011 XVI-1 Daniel Kinsey Undertake Further Consultation: A Summary of the Review of the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986 and Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Regulations 1987: Report of Public Consultation 2009
Australia 2013 XVIII-2 Richard Brockett Protected or Imperilled? Indigenous Cultural Heritage in Queensland
Austria 2001 VI-4 Anita Gach and Hubert D. Szemethy Protection of Cultural Property in Austria
Austria 2002 VII-3 Martha Lufkin Whistling Past the Graveyard isn't Enough: US May Seek to Confiscate Painting Lent by Austrian Museum which Allegedly Knew it was Nazi Loot
Austria 2005 X-2 Patricia K. Grimsted Flying Mercury Comes Home to Pavlovsk: Perspectives on the Return of Wartime Cultural Trophies in Austria and Russia
Austria 2006 XI-4 Martha Lufkin A Sea-Snake at the Austrian National Gallery: Republic of Austria v. Altmann
Authentication 2000 V-3 Robyn Sloggett The Truth of the Matter: Issues and Procedures in the Authentication of Artwork
Authentication 2014 XIX-1 Nina Neuhaus Art Authentication: Protection of Art Experts from a Swiss Perspective
Authenticity 1996 I-1 Palmer Misattribution and the Meaning of Forgery - the De Balkany Litigation
Authenticity 2004 IX-2 Christine Alder and Kenneth Polk Examining Claims of Fraud and Deception in Australian Aboriginal Art
Authenticity 2003 VIII-2 A.H. Hudson Attribution of Paintings and Sale by Description
Authenticity 2005 X-3 A.H. Hudson A Tale of Two Urns: Dating and Attribution of Art and Antiques (Taylor Thomson v. Christie's)
Authenticity 2008 XIII-3 Sophie Vigneron The Authenticity of Art: an Insight into French Law
Authenticity 2008 XIII-4 Stephen Sha The Posthumous Bronze Casts of Julio González: An Empirical Survey of Museum Labelling
Authenticity 2012 XVII-2 Rosemary Listing Art and Authenticity: the Role of the Expert Witness
Authenticity 2012 XVII-4 Jordan Holland The Approach of the English Court to Connoisseurship, Provenance and Technical Analysis