It's a fake!

Grant, Daniel
March 2001
Christian Science Monitor;3/9/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 72, p13
Discusses the uncertainty of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation over what to do with several fakes of pictures attributed to famous artists.


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