Selling Fakes, Chinese General Art Scam And Other Auction Fraud April 8, 2022, Opinion
Fake Antiques, Art News, Art Fraud
Rampant fraud and misrepresentation by auction houses in the US who create provenance to sell works of art copied from originals.
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Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09MyJ-lHFqs
originally published at Art - Trend Magazine
This news story originally appeared at Art - Trend Magazine on 11 August 2022