What acceptance in lieu of Churchill's paintings tells about pre-eminence

James Bacon, partner in the Private Client department, discusses the question our tax authorities have to grapple with when they accept works of art after death - how do you know what makes an artwork outstanding? - first published in Spear's magazine online on 24 March 2015. 

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   25 March 2015


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What acceptance in lieu of Churchill's paintings tells about pre-eminence