Appeals Court Confirms: French Art can be of Canadian “National Importance” After All

Image courtesy of Heffel Fine Art Auction House “In 1892, the French-born impressionist painter, Gustave Caillebotte, produced “Iris bleus, jardin du Petit Gennevilliers” … an oil on canvas, 21¾” x 18¼”. Little did he know that some 127 years later, Iris Bleus would be at the heart of the present appeal.” So begins the recent [...]