When I Paint My Masterpiece; Art In Dispute….AGAIN!!!!

I came across this article in the New York Times. It covers a lot of the same ideas that I wrote about in my blog post ‘When I Paint My Masterpiece.” One thing seems to remain constant; when it comes to art in dispute, there is no honor, especially when the subject of retuning the art comes into context. Zulu Delta

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/08/world/asia/ancient-chinese-manuscript-sackler.html

 

Zulu Delta 45

nazi loot“Gotta hurry on back to my hotel room,
Where I got me a date with a pretty little girl from Greece.
She promised she’d be there with me,
When I paint my masterpiece.”          Bob Dylan

 

“Indiana Jones is not walking through that door!” Ok, I paraphrased the quote from then Boston Celtic Coach Rick Pitino, who out of frustration with the local media and fans, blurted out at a press conference, “Larry Bird is not walking through that door.” He was describing the basketball legend coming out of retirement to resurrect a poorly performing team in need of some “divine intervention.” Fictionally, Indiana Jones may have “existed” long ago and during turbulent times when the Nazi’s over-reached the world looking for art and antiquities to sell for cash flow, or to empower their crazy cause, but that doesn’t mean a man of his talents and…

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