|"Hermann-Neisse with Cognac"|
In New York, the limitations period does not begin to run until a claimant demands, and is refused, a disputed work. So after that first request the claimant has three years to bring suit. In this case, the latest time in which that occurred was in 2005, while suit was not brought until April 10, 2010.
The disputed works were, Hermann-Neisse with Cognac, Self-Portrait with Model, and Republican Automatons.
Grosz v. Museum of Modern Art, (2nd Cir., 2010)