NOT a picture made by Rodin 
Friday, 8 July, 2005, 00:42

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the fake-seller:
Up for auction is a two (2) sided painting / drawing. Size 44cm x 27cm. I bought this painting on an art trade years ago. I knew then it was an old modern master piece of some kind. The man I bought it from showed it to two museum curator's and they felt it leaned strongly towards it being an old Matisse painting. Very early. However I have also showed it to a few people in the art world that I trust and one felt it could be a Rodin study for a mural. Most lean towards an early Matisse. I am selling it as is. No Reserve. This painting is between 70 & 120 years old. Please take your time viewing photos.
You are a criminal person, Mr. Johnny!

You know pretty well that these two paintings as well as the two others you have, signed de Kooning and signed Picasso, are all forgeries.

Take a closer look at the woman’s arms. And please take your time Mr. Johnny. Even after drinking two bottles of 80% rum, Rodin would never make a drawing like this one.

NOT painted by Marc Chagall 
Thursday, 7 July, 2005, 00:45

The sale has ended:
Winning bid: US $3,050.00 (Reserve met)
Ended: Jul-04-05 17:29:44 PDT
Start time: Jun-24-05 17:29:44 PDT
History: 25 bids (US $10.00 starting bid)
The buyer did NOT buy a genuine artwork by Chagall.
At most he bought a painting IN THE STYLE OF Chagall.

NOT an original drawing by Rembrandt 
Wednesday, 6 July, 2005, 01:05

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The seller:
Wonderful Rembrandt ink and pen drawing.

We feel quite sure! You have never seen a genuine drawing by Rembrandt.
Your drawing is a pitiful attemp to imitate the masters line. Shame on you!

Three falsifications from the world famous art collector Mr. Eric I. Spoutz. NOT painted by Matisse and NOT painted by Juan Gris 
Tuesday, 5 July, 2005, 00:23

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Three of Mr. Spoutz's latest falsifications:
Two of them signed Matisse and one signed Gris.
But all of them are painted by the same amateur painter.
Could possibly be painted by Mr. Eric I. Spoutz's own five-year-old son.

NOT painted by Fernand Léger 
Monday, 4 July, 2005, 00:34

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The seller:
We are very pleased to offer this ORIGINAL black line GOUACHE PAINTING of three sailors (referred to by previous owners as "Les Trois Matelots De Marseilles", or, "The Three Sailors From Marseilles") attributed to FERNAND LEGER (1881-1955).

It is not dated but estimated to be from the 1930s to early 1940s. It is HAND SIGNED (in the same black paint) in the artist's usual manner: "F. LEGER".
This work has been SIGNED AGAIN, in PENCIL: "F. Leger", on the VERSO in the upper-right. This is possibly a verification signing by the artist that may have been added by Leger at a date later than the creation of the painted sketch itself.
This picture is made by a child of ten.

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