Forgeries Entangle Christie’s
October 20, 2010
“Panic is spreading through the art world following the discovery of forgeries among major 20th-century paintings sold in recent years by leading auctioneers and dealers worldwide, including Christie’s in London.
More than 30 paintings, thought to be by artists including Max Ernst, Raoul Dufy and Fernand Léger, have been unmasked as forgeries, theObserver has learned. The fakes have duped leading figures in the art world into parting with at least £30m.”
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