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The movie is well done and the story is riveting.
Because of the disdain the museums showed Barnes, he bequeathed that his works would never be transported from their home at his estate in Upper Merion, Pennsylvania.
The terms of his will clearly prohibit any of his art ever to leave Foundation property and most particularly to be loaned to the Philadelphia Art Museum.
Interesting and entertaining look at how a bunch of the powerful in Philadelphia basically conspired to take one of the great modern art collections in the world away from it's... Read morePublished 13 days ago by K. Gordon
Everyone in the art world - and especially students - should see this film. Fascinating and well done!Published 1 month ago by bluestatemania
This is the first time I have reviewed a review on Amazon. I refer you to K. Swanson's knowledgeable and well-written discussion of "Art of the Steal. Read morePublished 2 months ago by P. B. Sharp
Full of information that the public at large, including myself of course, had no knowledge of.
The many ways that the Barnes Legacy was compromised, passed from hand to hand... Read more
Prolific Documentation, first and foremost, I would say it is also a fair documentation of The Barnes Heist. I truly believe Dr. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Markus
this is a scary look at how once you die all bets are off - Barnes thought he had a fool-proof will (HA) He bought these pieces when others in the art community didnt appreciate... Read morePublished 7 months ago by historyguy