The state Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Greenwich man in a dispute over ownership of a piece of art known as "Red Elvis."
Swedish heiress Kersten Lindholm of Greenwich had appealed a court ruling that declared newsprint magnate Peter Brant the rightful owner of "Red Elvis," a six-foot-tall painting that features 36 identical images of Elvis Presley's face.
Brant bought the painting from Lindholm's art dealer, who was later convicted of stealing it. The 1962 Andy Warhol silk screen is worth as much as $12 million.
The high court ruled today that Brant is the rightful owner of the painting.