The art that needs another look

Fairbanks, J.L.
November 1989
Yankee;Nov89, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p82
Part I. Discusses the problems of reproductions of art or antiques being passed off as originals and how those is the field try to deal with it. Fakes of note; How they can be passed off to experts.


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