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Artist in High Court squabble with gallery owner over missing paintings, skimmed proceeds

Stephanie Flores
Wed, 18 Dec 2013

The details of a squabble between New Zealand artist Stephen Bambury and transtasman gallery owner Andrew Jensen were released to NBR ONLINE late yesterday after a delay from lawyers.

Mr Bambury launched a case against Mr Jensen in the High Court in September over dozens of paintings he says

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Stephanie Flores
Wed, 18 Dec 2013
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