By Elina Moustaira
This booklet is a comparative felony examine of the personal and public artwork collections in quite a few states of the realm, masking an important concerns that sometimes come up and targeting the diversities and the similarities of the nationwide legislation within the remedy of these issues.
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Art Collections, Private and Public: A Comparative Legal Study by Elina Moustaira