NOT painted by Paul Signac 
Saturday, 15 October, 2005, 14:49

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The seller:
Original Paul Signac signed Pencil Aquarelle sur Papier early part of the century (painted on paperboard)
Just bought the piece from a dealer during my European trip.
Provenance / Catalagoue/Expertise included. Merci.
You didn’t buy an original Signac-watercolour that’s for sure you bought yourself a mere fake.

NOT painted by Kees van Dongen 
Friday, 14 October, 2005, 19:25

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The art fake seller goldielox2:
Has come to me via my grandparents.
Mr. Goldberg otherwise known as goldielox2 (how come I don't feel a sense
of "gildness" here?) is in full swing selling grandpa’s false paintings.
His grandfather, Joseph Goldberg, was born 1881 in Russia. He died in the U.S.A. in 1946.

NOT painted by Wladyslaw Chmielinski 
Thursday, 13 October, 2005, 13:14

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Many auction houses are selling Wladyslaw Chmielinski forgeries. Chmielinski is one of the world’s most used artists exposed to faking. The two paintings shown above are both falsifications. Just now they are exhibited for sale at the Danish auction house The lower part of the paintings is indeed to be sold as a genuine Chimkinsky, but this is due to the fact that the auction house cannot read the Polish signature, which quite obviously one has tried to imitate as a Chmielinski. There is no painter by the name of Chimkinsky.

Read more about the Polish artist Wladyslaw Chmielinski

NOT painted by Pablo Picasso 
Wednesday, 12 October, 2005, 13:16

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The seller:
This is oil on canvas painting of Maria-Teresa Walter...Picasso muse from around the year/s 1932. If you look up the paintings during this period of her resting/sleeping with the same tone, colors, psychology (hands covering the mouth) recorded. This one has managed to escape such recordings making it possible more valuable since there are not prints in reproduction of her. Being that she has NOT YET been cataloged there is no danger of conflict of ownership where she is concerned. She has seen better days and the pictures show where she was once framed and the canvas has been torn upon the removal of the original frame work.
Her story as I know it is that I obtained her on auction from a lady in the Philippines who bought her from a Russian estate (addresses of providence available to buyer…also important to note that Picasso was married to a Russian lady during the time of creation for this painting)…the lady in the Philippines said that she was afraid to go any further with her due to a corrupt government and that she was informed that if she were deemed a national treasure the government could confiscate the painting. Upon research, I accept this as adequate reasoning.
Read more fairytales from this fake-art-seller, we’re sick and tired of these for ever and ever going tiresome stories.

NOT a drawing by Pablo Picasso 
Tuesday, 11 October, 2005, 01:00

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The seller:
This is an unframed, original old black ink drawing. (This is not a print of any kind).
It has been hand signed Picasso and dated in black ink in the bottom right hand corner. The size of the drawing is 150 mm x 240 mm. (5 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches)
The seller: “This is the best I can do, learned it in the nursery school 50 years ago!”
The buyer: “Buying this item makes me a complete fool.”

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