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by Konstantin Akinsha,Amy L. Walsh,Nancy H. Yeide

  • ISBN: 093120173X
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  • Author: Konstantin Akinsha,Amy L. Walsh,Nancy H. Yeide
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: American Alliance Of Museums (May 2001)
  • Pages: 304 pages
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Nancy H. ISBN-13: 978-0931201738. The appendices are extensive and provide a lot of fascinating information to those interested in the history of important collectors, collections, dealers etc. My copy is well marked up. For me it is worth every cent of the full price. The book was published in 2001,much new material related to the topics it covers has been published.

Nancy Yeide, Konstantin Akinsha, Amy Walsh. This guide is a comprehensive and authoritative resource for tracing the ownership history of works of art. Includes an index and reproductions of artworks and relevant documents.

Konstantin Akinsha and Grigorii Kozlov concentrate on the Soviet repositories of looted art in. R Fo. Beautiful Loot (1995).

A more detailed examination of the subject can be found in. a. Lynn H. Nicholas’ Rape of Europa (1994), which provides the most comprehensive overview of. f t. Nazi art policy. Konstantin Akinsha and Grigorii Kozlov concentrate on the Soviet repositories of looted art in.

Yeide, Nancy . Amy Walsh, and Konstantin Akinsha. Washington, DC: American Association of Museums, 2001. Life dates of owners, if known, are enclosed in brackets. Uncertain information is indicated by the terms possibly or probably and explained in footnotes. Yeide, Konstantin Aki. by Nancy H. Yeide, Konstantin Akinsha, Amy L. Walsh. Published May 2001 by American Association of Museums.

European art Patrice Marandel, Mary Levkoff and Amy L. Walsh Museum book on highlights of the collection Paris (Fondation BNP, Paribas) 2006.

Amy Walsh Former Curator of Northern European Paintings, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in Los Angeles, California, USA. Information. Associate Member of CODART since 2018. Member of CODART from 2006 to 2018. European art Patrice Marandel, Mary Levkoff and Amy L. Yeide was the head of the Department of Curatorial Records at the National Gallery of Art . With Konstantin Akinsha & Amy L. Walsh). Yeide was the head of the Department of Curatorial Records at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, from 1990-2017 Yeide holds a Master of Arts degree from American University. Beyond the Dreams of Avarice: The Hermann Goering Collection.

For his contribution to journalism, Konstantin Akinsha has received numerous awards from various organizations, such as the American Press Club.

S64L0/?tag prabook0b-20. For his contribution to journalism, Konstantin Akinsha has received numerous awards from various organizations, such as the American Press Club.

American Association of Museums, 2001, and Nancy H. Yeide, Konstantin Akinsha, and Amy L. American Association of Museums, 2001. The Rape of Europa: The Fate of Europe's Treasures in the Third Reich and the Second World War.

This guide is a comprehensive and authoritative resource for tracing the ownership history of works of art. Focused on cultural property looted by the Nazis and others during WWII, it is divided into three parts: Basic Provenance Research and Principles, Holocaust-Era Provenance Research, and Appendices which include bibliographies of collections, dealer archives, and "red flag names" compiled by the Office of Strategic Services. Includes an index and reproductions of artworks and relevant documents.
Reviews about AAM Guide to Provenance Research (3):
Dordred
See the Amazon description to get the basic approach of this volume.
I studied Internal Medicine , not Museum Studies or Art History.
I also live in New Zealand. I developed most of my art interests while working in the UK.
I have a interest in Master Drawings , and various branches of art, especially Dutch Art and the History of Paintings , Drawings ,etchings and the history of many of many major art collections.
This book is full of helpful information for me.
It draws together a lot of information that I have patiently been tracking down into this excellent work.
For me the sections that I most like are:
Appendix A
Select Bibliography on the History of Collecting: Collectors,Collections, Grand Tours Pages 161--191
The Collectors are listed alphabetically
This list continues covering Collections Generally then Collections by Country Pages 191-200.
The entries are basically unannotated.

Appendix C covers
Selective Bibliography of Dealers and Dealers Memoirs. .page 206-213

Appendix D
Dealers Archives and Locations pages 214-242
This is a gem. The author's briefly summarise watch is in the Dealer's Archives. This can include change of owners, location of their archives and what material is available ( sales receipts, catalogues, scrapbooks of newspaper clipping etc)

The other appendices are also interesting.

This book is aimed at those with a professional interest in the Provenance of an Art object.
Which collectors previously owned it.
Who has legal title to it.
Was it looted in WWII and where its location or last known location may be
All this is well outside my knowledge base.

Summary
This book provides for theneeds of those whose job in one way or other involves Provnance Research.
The appendices are extensive and provide a lot of fascinating information to those interested in the history of important collectors, collections, dealers etc

My copy is well marked up.
For me it is worth every cent of the full price

The book was published in 2001,much new material related to the topics it covers has been published.
A updated edition would be a boon.
However even if there is no new edition, many will be thankful for the extensive information it draws together.
HappyLove
Overall very good. I use this book at least once a week yet find its organization a bit baffling. It would be more accurately titled the AAM Guide to World War II-era provenance research. There are some misspellings and grammatical errors that would have been caught by more rigorous editing. Some of the information is now out of date.
Rgia
Nancy Yeide's book is essential reading all art lovers- purchasers of art, museum staff, art dealers- and all those involved in estate settlements-lawyers, executors, heirs. Highly readable information on the thorniest issue facing the art world today.
Laurel "Lolly" Anderson

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