Penn State International Law Review


This Comment will explore the remedies currently available to foreign countries and to individuals who have discovered that works stolen from them are in the possession of American museums, art dealers, and private individuals. It will also explain why, in light of the recent decision of Autocephalous v. Goldberg, civil sanctions are the best means to effect the return of stolen art as well as to help deter future buyers of stolen art, thus shrinking the stolen art market.