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Pei-Shen Qian, acccused, along with two Spanish brokers, of conning New York art collectors, will likely escape extradition

Visitors at MoMA in New York stand before Jackson Pollock's One: Number Photograph: Alamy

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Grandchildren of Montclair museum founder protest sale of collection

Jackson Pollock Untitled, signed and dated 'Jackson Pollock enamel on paper

Ex-60 Minutes producer Harry Moses made Who the #$&% Is Jackson Pollock?, a favorite documentary film at festivals in 2006. Like an extended 60 Minutes segment, the film presents all aspects of the drama surrounding San Bernadino resident Teri Horton's ten year crusade to certify that her thrift store art purchase is an authentic Jackson Pollock painting worth $60 million. The story, hilarious because of Horton's vibrant, spitfire personality, and because of the absurd lengths she has gone…

Ex-60 Minutes producer Harry Moses made Who the #$&% Is Jackson Pollock?, a favorite documentary film at festivals in 2006. Like an extended 60 Minutes segment, the film presents all aspects of the drama surrounding San Bernadino resident Teri Horton's ten year crusade to certify that her thrift store art purchase is an authentic Jackson Pollock painting worth $60 million. The story, hilarious because of Horton's vibrant, spitfire personality, and because of the absurd lengths she has gone…

Jackson Pollock with his painting Untitled Number 32, 1954

Jackson Pollock with his painting Untitled Number 1954 Copyright (c) 2013 Archives of American Art

Artist in Queens Allegedly Forged Hundreds of Modernist Paintings

Artist in Queens Allegedly Forged Hundreds of Modernist Paintings

An art dealer was arrested as part of a scheme to sell dozens of forged masterpieces by artists like Rothko, Pollock and de Kooning, the authorities say.

The critic Ken Johnson assesses the paintings of Pei-Shen Qian, whose imitations of works by Pollock, de Kooning and other Abstract Expressionists were sold as real in a New York art gallery scandal.

Pei-Shen Qian’s Paintings Examined

The critic Ken Johnson assesses the paintings of Pei-Shen Qian, whose imitations of works by Pollock, de Kooning and other Abstract Expressionists were sold as real in a New York art gallery scandal.

Illegal "Elegy' Painting

Authenticity of Trove of Pollocks and Rothkos Goes to Court

NyTimes: “An Art Trove’s Authenticity Goes to Court”

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