The late artist’s caretaker, whose loyalty has been questioned by some, will run a foundation that will shepherd Mr. Indiana’s art and create a new museum.
Mr. Indiana’s will left his assets to a foundation to be run by his caretaker, who has been accused in a lawsuit of isolating him from the outside world.
The art collector Hubert Neumann had filed a lawsuit against Sotheby’s to stop the sale of “Flesh and Spirit,” but the judge said he was “a stranger to this piece of art.”
A lawsuit filed by Hubert Neumann, whose family owns a world-class art collection, claims that Sotheby’s has grossly undervalued the painting.
The estate of Harper Lee and the producers of the play are fighting in court over whether the dramatic adaptation is faithful to the spirit of the novel.
The federal suit says that Aaron Sorkin’s script for the play, set this fall for Broadway, deviates too much from “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
The museum says four paintings were likely to have been gifts from Mondrian, but the heirs say they were just loans.
When Harper Lee died two years ago at age 89, one story ended and another began. Here is how The Times covered some of her key moments.
More than 11 years after the Godfather of Soul’s death, his hope of providing for underprivileged children remains entangled by conflict and lawsuits.