Guilherme Abreu Loureiro participa em mesa redonda sobre Investimentos em Arte em Tempo de Crise


Guilherme Abreu Loureiro, a partner at LMT Abreu Loureiro, Correia de Matos & Galvão Teles, participated on the 28th of March as a speaker at the round-table Investments in Art in Times of Crisis, sponsored by the Medeiros e Almeida Museum in Lisbon.

Before an audience that included approximately 80 people, including antique dealers, collectors and interested people in general, views on the art market today were discussed. How to start a collection, whether there is a recipe to invest safely, determining whether certain good art collections were gathered in times of crisis and post-war, were some of the questions which the panel strived to answer.

In addition to Guilherme Abreu Loureiro, Luís Castelo Lopes, of the Palácio do Correio Velho - Leilões e Antiguidades auction house, Álvaro Roquette, of the AR-PAB Antiguidades antiques and Zambeze Almeida, of Antiks Design antiques spoke.

At the end of the session, and after a Q&A period with the public, where questions on the valuation of certain painters, the criteria for collecting were raised, among others, the partner of LMT Abreu Loureiro, Correia de Matos & Galvão Teles gave some statements to the radio Antena 1.


estudo sobre a representacao heraldica da insignia da Ordem de Cavalaria do Santo Sepulcro de Jerusalem

The representation of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem insignia in the heraldry of its members is the title of the latest study by Lourenço Correia de Matos, a partner at LMT Abreu Loureiro, Correia de Matos & Galvão Teles and locum tenens assistant master of ceremonies of Portugal for this order.

In this short paper published in the 6th issue of the Revista Lusófona de Genealogia e Heráldica magazine, published by the Instituto de Genealogia e Heráldica da Universidade Lusófona do Porto, the author, taking as starting point that stated in the Appendix II to the Constitution of the Order, describes the way in which the aforementioned insignia - the Jerusalem cross - should be used depending on the degree of its holder and the heraldic context of its application. Several examples are presented which, however, often escape the normative precepts.

Some comparisons with the uses of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, the Constantinian Order of Saint George, of the Royal House of the Two Sicilies, and the Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus, of the Royal House of Savoy, are also presented.