PARIS -- Peggy Guggenheim was one of the most influential collectors of Modern art in history. She left her art collection and Venice home, as a public foundation securing the legacy of her contribution to the history of art.
Art collectors of Art Kabinett social media network adore visiting Guggenheim's palazzo on the Grand Canal.
A bitter lawsuit has now broken out over the collection amassed by the socialite, and displayed at he home. This dispute is being heard in a Paris court, with proceedings starting this week.
The feud dates back more than 20 years and concerns the collection. It involves grandchildren of Guggenheim, who died in 1979 at the age of 81.