- 27 Aug 2015 9:00 AM
Instead the bank was trying to hold on to the work “by force”, going as far as initiating a listing procedure, which in Pákh’s view was “in breach of both Hungarian and international laws”.
He said he would take legal action over the matter.
The painting will be stored in a warehouse in Hungary, Pákh said.
The art collector said he would tell the central bank that he considered negotiations to be over, but would be willing to cooperate if the bank “changed its position”.
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