(Boston, MA, January 16, 2018) Sullivan & Worcester LLP has filed its papers in the appeal by its clients, the members of the Berkshire Museum who sued to enjoin the museum’s sale of 40 works of art and sculpture. The appeal was brought as a result of the Berkshire County Superior Court’s November 7, 2017 denial of their request for an injunction, and dismissal of the case. That order denied not only the members’ request, but also a motion by another group that includes Norman Rockwell’s sons and the motion by Attorney General Maura Healey to pause the sale originally scheduled for November 13, 2017 at Sotheby’s in New York—a sale that would have included Rockwell’s Shuffleton’s Barbershop and other masterpieces.
Topics: Berkshire Museum, Norman Rockwell, Shuffleton’s Barbershop, Maura Healey, Sullivan & Worcester LLP, Nicholas M. O'Donnell, Sotheby's, Zenas Crane, Pittsfield, Hudson River School, Frederic Edwin Church, Massachusetts Appeals Court
Topics: Trustees of the Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Zenas Crane, Nicholas M. O'Donnell, Sullivan & Worcester LLP, Hudson River School, Frederic Edwin Church, Pieter de Hooch, Norman Rockwell, Shuffleton’s Barbershop, Shaftsbury Blacksmith Shop, Sotheby's