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Is It Over? Well, Not Exactly.

September 11, 2017

 

A courtroom sketch of Ann Freedman by Elizabeth Williams

It appears that Ann Freedman, former director of the ‘no-longer-in-business’ Knoedler gallery, has finally settled the last lawsuit brought against her. This one involved a fake Jackson Pollock that she, through the gallery, sold to Francis H. White for $3.1M in 2000.

Of course, like all the other cases, terms of the settlement were not disclosed.  While Freedman might be done, there are still cases pending against Knoedler, 8-31 Holdings (the holding company) and a Swiss attorney by the name of Urs Kraft.

Source: Ann Freedman, former Knoedler director, settles final lawsuit | The Art Newspaper

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