Will the Corcoran get the Monet?
Besides the fact that this story is a fascinating tale of art and inheritance
(that sadly ends up making lots of lawyers lots of money) - the cover shot to the Washington Post magazine is so striking. A perfect illustration of what is at stake in all the cases winding through court. James Worrell
talked all about how he made it happen
over on his blog. This is the kind of shot that looks so simple but is not at all easy - you can't just waltz into a gallery or museum set it all up - it has to be created in studio. But the final result is worth the effort: a great hook for a great story.