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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Collector Claims A Prominent New York Gallery Sold Her Fake Warhol Prints

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The Oregon-based art collector, Nira Levine, claims that New York’s Woodward Gallery doctored authenticity documents for ninety prints she believed to be from Andy Warhol’s vibrant Space Fruit series. Many works from the collection, which was acquired by Levine in 2008 for $90,000, had been deemed inauthentic by the Warhol Authentication Board. Levine has filed a lawsuit against the gallery’s owners, John and Kristine Woodward, in hopes of discovering whether the details of her other investments with the gallery were also falsified.

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