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The Twenty-eighth Section of the Provincial Court of Madrid has declared that the Japanese artist Fumiko Negishi is co-author of 221 works by the Valencian painter Antonio de Felipe. Therefore, it considers that the creator should be sentenced to communicate this circumstance to the buyers of the disputed pieces. So it appears in a sentence, advanced by several media and consulted by Europa Press, in which the Court upholds the appeal Fumiko Negishi filed against a previous resolution, from 2019, of the Commercial Court 3 of Madrid that ruled in favor of De Felipe.
However, now the Audiencia, in a resolution dated May 21 and against which an appeal can be filed, revokes that ruling and returns to retry the case as a result of the appeal filed by Negishi, represented by the lawyers Cruz Sánchez de Lara and María José Rodríguez Rojas.
The Japanese author maintained a collaborative relationship with Antonio de Felipe -from October 2006 until 2016, when she was notified of a dismissal that would later be declared unfair- which consisted of her painting pictures in the latter’s painting studio, according to the indications provided by the latter, while in the afternoons she dedicated herself to the production of her own artistic work at her home.

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Artista pop en el sentido más amplio del término, Antonio de Felipe se licenció en Bellas Artes y lleva más de diez años viviendo y trabajando en Madrid. Trabajó durante muchos años en el departamento creativo de una agencia de publicidad, una experiencia que sin duda influyó en su estilo pictórico y en su método para transmitir mensajes poderosos a través del arte.
Su extensa obra se agrupa en varias series, entre las que destacan: LOGOTIPOS, dedicada al mundo del arte y la publicidad, con obras como In-fanta de naranja y El Buen Pastor con Norit; VACAS, que incluye cuadros como Vaca Top Model (Vogue) y la escultura Vaca Coca Cola, como creador original -y posteriormente muy plagiado- de estos célebres bóvidos; CINEMASPOP, una serie dedicada al mundo del cine en la que recuperó a Audrey Hepburn como icono pop con piezas tan conocidas como Black Audrey o Desayuno con diamantes para la eternidad; y su última serie POPSPORT, dedicada al mundo del deporte, en la que el artista crea un inverosímil batiburrillo de arte, dibujos animados y alusiones a distintas disciplinas deportivas, como en La Menina de Cibeles.

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«This will help to prevent the works from circulating or being exhibited without the mention of Negishi’s co-authorship», states the Court in a sentence with a report by Judge Enrique García, who substantially agrees with the thesis of the painter’s lawyers, Cruz Sánchez de Lara and María José Rodríguez Rojas.
It was also proven that Antonio de Felipe González traveled frequently to different parts of the world and that Negishi was the one who went daily to paint in the studio, «which allowed a very fruitful pictorial work to be created during the period of collaboration between the two, which was published under the signature of the former».
The Court remarked that the fact that there was an employment relationship between the two, Fumiko being an employee of De Felipe, «is not incompatible with her being able to carry out artistic work and acquire moral rights over the work created, such as authorship».
For the judges, Fumiko Negishi’s accommodation to the ‘pop art’ style («of which she was capable as she was endowed with the skill and technical qualification required for it, as well as following the premises set by De Felipe»), «does not imply an abdication, completely, of the artistic contribution she made as she was the one who painted the pictures».

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