Repatriation’s New Frontier

Interest in the retrieval of ill-gotten treasures is growing in Korea.

AS OUR READERS KNOW, discussions of legal cases in the United States involving the return of looted European art are almost as common as bad puns in our columns.  But while savvy collectors pass on purchasing pieces of the Parthenon, they may not realize the considerable risks involved in acquiring Asian works stolen from countries such as Korea. Continue reading “Repatriation’s New Frontier”