What remedies are available to an artist whose creation, a decorated refrigerator, is dismantled by its purchaser and sold panel by panel? Professor Merryman discusses this and other legal problems that artists face, analyzes the application to these problems of the civil law concept of the artist's moral right, and discusses the possible adaptation of such a right to the American legal system.
John Henry Merryman,
The Refrigerator of Bernard Buffet,
27 Hastings L.J. 1023
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