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Is This A Pollock? Science And Art Don't Agree
"Science has its limits. Paint or paper may help establish the date of a work, while hair and fibers can help pinpoint where it was made. A work's provenance must also be verified. Still, connoisseurs -- as well as most auction houses who rely on them -- maintain that true authorship cannot be established without an expert evaluation." The New York Times 11/24/13
Posted November 24, 2013 10:14 PM




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