The Gettys have all the money and art in the world.
“Dina Vierny, the model whose ample flesh and soft curves inspired the sculptor Aristide Maillol, rejuvenating his career, and who eventually founded a museum dedicated to his work, died on Jan. 20 in Paris. She was 89.”
““I have just undergone one of the most exceptional and curious experiences of my career,” Lipton began. “I had a meeting with Gordon and his lawyers that was patently absurd. They made an absolutely absurd proposal. It was truly outrageous. It involved firing the entire board of directors, and obviously it is totally unacceptable to the museum.”
I find myself at the World Labyrinth of The Oil Muses. In my next blog I will show how Lawrence Chazen, a friend and financial advisor of Paul Getty, tried to rest control of the Rosamond legacy, the same way Paul did the family art museum. Add to…
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