An underwear tycoon is refusing to return a pricey painting to his late father’s estate, according to a new lawsuit.
Adam Dinkes, head of Tani USA, has repeatedly refused to return a 1982 oil painting by artist Max Ferguson, which his art collector father Michael Dinkes loaned to him before his death, reads the Brooklyn Supreme Court suit.
A lawyer for the elder Dinkes’ estate, Edward David, told The Post the father and son had a falling out after the high-end undergarment maker borrowed the painting “My Father in the Subway, I” in 2012.
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Underwear CEO must return borrowed painting to father’s estate: suit