Art Fraud Case: Taylor Hampton acted in civil proceedings against Art Dealer Angela Gulbenkian

By 30th July 2021 No Comments

Taylor Hampton acted for Art Incorporated in obtaining a freezing order against convicted art fraudster Angela Gulbenkian


Photograph of Fraudster Angela Gulbenkian

Art dealer Angela Gulbenkian has been convicted of art fraud. Taylor Hampton Solicitors conducted the case.

Angela Gulbenkian was jailed on 29 July 2021 for three and half years at Southwark Crown Court for a fraud against Art Incorporated, for whom Taylor Hampton acted in relation to civil proceedings against Angela Gulbenkian.

She had fraudulently sold a spotted yellow pumpkin by renowned Japanese artist Yayoi Kusuma for £982,000 to Hong Kong based arts company Art Incorporated.

In civil proceedings in 2018, Taylor Hampton obtained a world-wide freezing order against Angela Gulbenkian prohibiting her from removing assets from England and Wales to the value of US $1,375,000.  The freezing order remains in place.


Further information:

For more information about Taylor Hampton’s Art Law Department see HERE

For the full article in The Times today see HERE