Provenance Conference and Book Launch
We are pleased to announce our sponsorship of the 2020 Annual Conference of the International Catalogue Raisonné Association (ICRA) on 3rd December 2020, which will be on the subject of ‘Provenance and the Catalogue Raisonné’. The conference will be staged entirely online and will include presentations and case-studies by leading scholars, experts and art-market professionals from around the world. Tickets for the conference are available from the ICRA website, or directly from Eventbrite.
Lund Humphries’ long-awaited new book Provenance Research Today: Principles, Practice, Problems (ed. Arthur Tompkins) will be launched at the conference on 3rd December 2020.
To mark our sponsorship of ICRA’s 2020 conference, we are offering a special discount of 30% off a bespoke collection of books, including Provenance Research Today, which can be claimed until 31st December 2020 using the code ICRA30 when you check out.
Provenance Research Today: Principles, Practice, Problems edited by Arthur Tompkins is published in association with the International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR) and includes contributions by Lynda Albertson, Leila Amineddoleh, Susan J. Cooke, Tess Davis, Amelie Ebbinghaus, Sharon Flescher, Gareth Fletcher, Andrea Lehmann, Simon Mackenzie, Jennifer L. Mass, Marc Masurovsky, Ariane Moser, James Ratcliffe, Lynn Rother, Iris Schmeisser, Jason Sousa, Marie Stolberg, Louisa Wood Ruby, and Donna Yates.
Subjects covered in the book overlap with the themes of ICRA’s conference and include best practice in provenance research; the role of provenance in resolving art-world disputes; provenance research in a digital age; provenance research in museums; Nazi-era provenance research and restitution; and the place of provenance in the catalogue raisonné. The book's full list of contents can be viewed here.