Georges Rouault vs les héritiers d'Ambroise Vollard

Artora and SBL continue their collaboration to take you to where art and law meet.

This short video explains this case that opposed the painter Georges Rouault to the heirs of the art dealer Ambroise Vollard.

Issued in 1947 by the Court of Appeal of Paris, the judgment is still relevant today: only the author decides the fate of his work: disclosure, duration, adaptation, destruction and this whatever its state and its support: completed or unfinished, material or virtual, perennial or ephemeral.

Today this may be the case of the works in the metaverse, or the planned destruction of some whose authors play the game to make raise the quotation of the NFT or of their previous works existing on material support.

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