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Arbitration and Litigation

  • D. S. Chambers
Part of the History in Depth book series (HD)

Abstract

This is an example of payment by arbitration operating to the artist’s advantage, since he received a bonus for exceeding the patron’s requirements. There may have been some degree of collusion among the well-acquainted judges; Baldovinetti, from whom Domenico took on the work, also judged a work in Neri’s favour [no. 121]

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