Virginia Lawyer Magazine - April 2004
Trusts and Estates Section
by Phillip Carson Stone, Jr.
To Be Or Not To Be? . . . A Fiduciary
by Diane M. Yawn
Why Are We Hearing So Much About Long-Term Care?
by Mark H. Covey, CLTC, and Kathy E. Johnson
Now You See It, Now You Don’t: The Elusive Issue
by Jennifer Nolan
Virginia’s New Disclaimer Act
by John H. Turner III
Lawyer to Lawyer—The Ring
The Selected Writings of Sir Edward Coke, by Steve Sheppard
About the Cover
Le Jockey, 1899, by Henry de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864–1901),
9 1/2" x 14 1/2" crayon, brush and crachis lithograph mounted on glass. Accession number 75.4. Gift of the Henry Hibbs Collection. From the permanent collection of Virginia Commonwealth University, School of the Arts, Anderson Gallery. Photo © Katherine Wetzel, 2003.
Considered one of the focal holdings of the gallery’s collection, Le Jockey is an exemplary sample of the virtuosity of the printmaking art form. Born an aristocrat, Henry de Toulouse-Lautrec gravitated to art early in his life. Known for his signature use of the printmaking format, Lautrec created posters and paintings based on the belle époque era, the final decade of the nineteenth century. He lived in Montmartre—considered the artistic, bohemian and cabaret epicenter of Paris—and focused his artistic production on its boisterous activities. In this lithograph, Lautrec gives a splendid example of his finesse, capturing the fin de siècle attitude of the Parisian leisure lifestyle. Lautrec is recognized as the creator of the modern poster due to his facile ability to create fine art utilizing popular modern imagery and bold blocks of color.
Amy G. Moorefield
Assistant Professor and Assistant Director
Curator of Collections, Anderson Gallery