Month: July 2018

Au revoir, appellate court says to Calif. attempt to give artists a percentage of rising value of their works under ‘droit de suite’ concept

With blood, sweat, and tears, a quartet of California artists pursued their vision, winning over decades international critical attention and praise for their paintings and sculptures. But should these creators also be allowed more insight into their dealers’ pricing and a share of the rising profitability of their one-of-a-kind works? No, a federal appellate court in California has at long last decided, declining to allow in American law the so-called “moral right” that has been embraced internationally:  droit de suite (French for “right to follow”). Under this “right,” which the Golden State pioneered and became the only state to adopt...

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