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Doubting Gauguin: An amateur detective takes on the National Gallery and the art world (www.washingtonpost.com)

Art sleuth Fabrice Fourmanoir believes some paintings attributed to Gauguin from 1903 are fakes, including the Washington National Gallery of Art’s ” The Invocation” and the Boston Museum of Fine Art’s “Women and a White Horse.” 

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