Lydiate, HenU
September 1988
Modern Painters;Autumn88, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p80
The article discusses a court case wherein the artist, 22-year-old British painter Stephen Conroy, has been banned from selling and exhibiting his work by the Sheriff Court at Dumbarton, Scotland on May 20, 1988. It narrates the signing of a five-year agreement between Conroy and art hunters Conservation Management Limited as exclusive agent in November 3, 1987. Feeling that the company had failed him, Conroy terminated the contract in May 1988. The company sued for breach of contract and obtained the interim interdict until the trial in 1989.


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