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ALLEGED THEFT OF AN IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS IN SPAIN
The Duke of Hernani's family has filed a long-standing lawsuit against the Spanish Royal family for theft and fraud, lodged with the Court of First Instance no. 46 in Madrid, Initial Proceedings...

A  HISTORY OF COPIES AND FORGERIES
Many great masters copied works produced by their predecessors to improve their styles or to prove they were at least their equals. After several decades, many copies were mistaken with genuine works or sold by unscrupulous dealers as such.

FORGERIES, A LONG HISTORY
Fakes are an incurable plague for the art market and though counter-measure techniques have been increasingly modernised since the second half of the 20th Century forgers have probably some more good years ahead of them.

GENUINE or REPRODUCTION
Many of our visitors have been sending us e-mails regarding works which they believed are genuine paintings or watercolours. We have received on many occasions pictures of works that were simply reproductions.

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