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- Ron Spencer Quoted in New York Times Article “Is this a Real Jackson Pollock?”
Ron Spencer Quoted in New York Times Article “Is this a Real Jackson Pollock?”
The May 29, 2005 issue of The New York Times Sunday Arts and Leisure section contained a 2 ½ page article by Randy Kennedy entitled “Is this a Real Jackson Pollock?” It focused on a previously unknown trove of 32 paintings, supposedly by Jackson Pollock. The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, the successor to Pollock’s estate, is represented by Ronald D. Spencer at CL&M and is involved in an effort to determine the authenticity of these newly discovered works. Mr. Spencer is quoted regarding the significance of this find is to the foundation, which has not been involved in authentication cases for a decade.
The matter and related disputes in the art world continue to the present date.
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