Hope this helps… Carol
googling on law, Massachusetts, sculpture got this…
"BOSTON. A federal court has ruled that a corporate developer may
not remove a group of sculptures which the artist says were
specifically designed for a Boston seaport park, under a
Massachusetts law broadly protecting artists’ rights. But the court
held that the sculptures were not protected under federal law, which
does not protect the location or
display of ‘site-specific’ sculptures.
The developer, Pembroke Real Estate, Inc., has not yet announced
whether it will appeal. The preliminary injunction was issued on 24
October by the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
sculptures by David Phillips are located in the nautically-themed
Eastport Park, which Pembroke, the real estate arm of Fidelity
Investments, completed in 2000. "
(The article continues with more details and background)’