As an update to an earlier post featured on the Art Law Blog relating to a dispute between the Gagosian Gallery and Qatar Royal Family’s Agent over the ownership of Pablo Picasso’s plaster “Bust of a Woman” sculpture, it has been reported this week that a settlement was reached between the parties.

Details of the

As recently reported by the International New York Times, prominent art dealer Larry Gagosian of the Gagosian Gallery and the royal family of Qatar’s agent, Pelham Europe, Ltd. (run by Guy Bennett), each claim that they purchased Pablo Picasso’s work of a 1931 plaster bust of his French muse/mistress Marie-Thérèse Walter, which is

As recently reported by ArtNews, French customs officials on the island of Corsica have seized a $27.4 million painting by Pablo Picasso entitled Head of a Young Woman (1906) that was banned from leaving Spain.  The prized painting had been declared a cultural treasure by a Spanish court back in May.

Corsican authorities had

As recently reported by the New York Times, the spring art auction season continues in full swing in New York this time at Christie’s where Pablo Picasso’s 1955 painting entitled “Les Femmes d’Alger (Version ‘O’)” fetched $179.4 million (including fees) at the auction house’s “Looking Forward to the Past” sale of artworks