NOT painted by Fernand Léger 
Thursday, 2 February, 2006, 00:00

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The seller, Eric I. Spoutz, sla_enterprises, Palm Beach, Florida and Detroit, Mi, United States:
Attributed to Fernand Leger; Gouache painted on paper; Circa 1952; 24 x 37 cm. Provenance: Susan Sontag [author], Quentin Crisp [author]; Expertise: Dr. Ernst Scheyer [well listed and published fine art historian and former museum curator]. Mr. Crisp and Ms. Sontag were collectors of the following artists: Marc Chagall, Wassily Kandinsky, Fernand Leger, Rene Magritte, Henri Matisse, Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Willem de Kooning, Jean Micheal Basquiat, Georges Braque, Edgar Degas, Raoul Dufy, Jean Dufy, Alexi Jawlensky, Paul Klee, Joan Miro, Jackson Pollock, Egon Schiele, Salvador Dali, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Kees Van Dongen among others. **In order to bid on this item, the bidder must agree to accept the terms and conditions of sale set forth in the "details" section of this auction catalogue.
Take a look at the conditions
This painting is NOT a genuine work by Fernand Léger.
And don't buy anything from Mr. Spoutz. In our opinion ALL pictures in his collection are FAKES.

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NOT painted by Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) 
Wednesday, 1 February, 2006, 01:06

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The seller, Bob Miller or Robert Miller
Attributed to Durer by myself.
Excuse me,.. for I believe I was being a little inconciderate of Durer's works of art. I'm afraid I'll have to raise the selling price. This auction is by me (vanrijngo) now closed for the reserve price and the buying price discribed, but will leave up if anyone cares to bid so we can discuss between us a selling price at a later time. vanrijngo
Look at the face and the eyes. These eyes are not from an old painting.

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NOT painted by Pablo Picasso 
Tuesday, 31 January, 2006, 00:42

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The seller: nyc_gallery, Corvallis, OR, United States:
Original Pablo Picasso Oil Canvas Painting. 24 x 36 in.
Signed and Dated. "Femme En Bleu" 100 % Authentic!
Hi my name is Aron, and this Painting you are bidding on is an ORIGINAL 1901 SIGNED AND DATED PABLO PICASSO Oil on a Canvas Painting. This is on a 24'' x 36'' Inch Canvas, that is in great condition for how old it is. The name of this painting is "Femme en Bleu" It's a VERY bold painting, it was done during his Blue Period (you can read more about that below.)
It also comes with the Original Certificate of Authenticity that is Issued from The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Sometime Between 1900 and 1921. And that Certificate will also be sent out with the painting.
Starting bid: US $7,000,000.00
This was not at all how Picasso painted his pictures. According to the seller the certificate is issued between 1900 and 1921 but the painting is painted in 1901. How do you explain that?

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NOT a watercolour by Joan Miró 
Monday, 30 January, 2006, 00:00

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The seller, sandra_girl, Weltweit, Germany:
Here are the facts: This painting does not have a provenance.
This is not stolen.
This item has been examined by many experts and dated all experts believe this is an original Miro but because it does not have a provenance it has not been authenticated. Offers had been made to purchase it without this authentication but were declined because they were too low, and at the time I thought it would be easy to get it authenticated.
An art dealer had it in her possession for several months trying to get a provenance for it and was going to take it to Europe to be examined by members of the Miro family for authentication, which i could not afford, which is why I am selling it here.
If I had the connections or the money to get a provenance for this painting I would and then try selling it at Sothebys or Christys.
This is not a question of having the proper connections, neither is it money problem. The watercolour is not a genuine work of art by Joan Miró. He certainly would never make such a lousy composition. The red figure! Is that a dog? It's far too big and furthermore: The other figures are composed in an inartistic way.

NOT painted by Titian 
Sunday, 29 January, 2006, 00:00

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The seller, 2lcollectorsfun, Luxembourg: No reserve!
Estate liquidation: Important self portrait of Titian Vecellio.
The winner has 3 possibilities for this genuin old master painting: 1.) in that state with great impression as the unfinished picture is over a long time. 2.) to cut down the format to a smaller size. 3.) or to add the unfinished area dark by a restorer ( but it is much better to keep this important old master of history in its state as it is over a long time).
"Cut down the format to a smaller size"! An original Titian!
What a wonderful art lover.

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