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Fraude fiscale: un milliard d'euros en tableaux caché aux Bahamas

Guy Wildenstein <i>(à gauche)</i> devant un tableau de Monet appartenant à sa famille.

Art: Guy Wildenstein mis en examen pour "fraude fiscale"et "blanchiment"

Procès Wildenstein : « la fraude fiscale la plus sophistiquée de la Ve République »

Quatre ans de prison ferme et d’euros d’amende ont été requis jeudi à Paris contre le marchand d’art Guy Wildenstein.

French Art dealer: Guy Wildenstein, héritier de la dynastie.

The trial of international art dealer Guy Wildenstein, which kicked off in Paris Monday, is expected to drop bombshell revelations on the family's fortune.

Baron François Gérard (French, 1770–1837). Daphnis Running toward Chloe, ca. 1798. Black chalk, brush with brown and gray wash, heightened with white gouache, on light tan wove paper; Sheet: 10 13/16 x 8 15/16 in. (27.5 x 22.7 cm). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, Guy Wildenstein Gift, 2012 (2012.234)

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A well respected and well known New York born international art deal was taken to a Parisian courtroom. Guy Wildenstein has been accused of concealing family fortune from property taxation in Paris. It is estimated that the Wildenstein, family, and financial advisors owe around 602 million dollars. The whole investigation was brought to French officials attention by Wildenstein’s own stepmother.

"Sailing Vessels at Wilders Plads, Copenhagen", 1830, by Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg, 1783-1853/

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