Thinking About the Elgin Marbles: Critical Essays on Cultural Property, Art and Law

By: Merryman, John Henry

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(laminated pictorial boards; no dust jacket, as issued) [a couple of tiny scuff marks on covers, tiny dent in bottom edge of front cover, no other significant wear, clean as a whistle on the inside]. PLEASE NOTE that if you are a student purchasing this as a textbook, this is NOT THE SECOND EDITION (which came out in 2009), but rather the FIRST EDITION. An anthology of the author's essays on a wide-ranging variety of topics related to the ethical and legal issues surrounding cultural artifacts, works of art, etc. General-essay topics include: "The Public Interest in Cultural Property"; "The Retention of Cultural Property"; and "Cultural Property Ethics." The book's second section, "Art Law," contains essays specifically dealing with the works of Bernard Buffet, Maurice Utrillo, Robert Rauschenberg, and Mark Rothko, as well as a piece on "Counterfeit Art."

Title: Thinking About the Elgin Marbles: Critical Essays on Cultural Property, Art and Law

Author: Merryman, John Henry

Categories: Non-Fiction (General),

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: The Hague/London/Boston, Kluwer Law International: 2000

ISBN Number: 90-411-9777-X

ISBN Number 13: 9789041197771

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 21430

Keywords: Intellectual Property Copyright Art Museums Artists