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По умолчанию Vladimir Roshchin: Rosokhrankultura released five directories fakes ....."

Vladimir Roshchin: Rosokhrankultura released five directories fakes, where it is mentioned almost one thousand paintings. On many of them public expert agencies to issue documents that are allegedly the work of Aivazovsky, Shishkin and this, or hierarchy, or Lagorio and so on. In fact, All this is not so. And now arrested one of those who engaged in sale of fakes. Half of these vendors is on the run. A lot of them impoverished, and, of course, hurt consumers, because the money to them will not return. "
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Rosokhrankultura released (in 2009) next, the fifth volume of the Catalogue of forgery. " There includes 900 works of art, 100 of which were not mentioned in previous editions. One of the major surprises was the inclusion in the catalog of the painting "Odalisque", attributed to Boris Kustodiev. In November 2005, this work was the top lot of the "Russian Trading» Christie's. Estimé 180-220 thousand pounds it earned 1.69 million (2.93 million dollars at the then exchange rate).
According to the publisher of the catalog counterfeit Vladimir Roshchina, there is no doubt that the "Odalisque" is bogus. This was confirmed by specialists of the State Tretyakov Gallery, State Russian Museum and the GRC them. Grabar, as well as the independent expert Vladimir Petrov.
At Christie's auction catalog states that "Odalisque" was written by a famous artist in 1919. It bears the signature of the Cyrillic alphabet "B. Kustodiyev, 1919.. " The basis for the film, according to legend, served as a charcoal drawing 1915 "Reclining Nude". The first owner of the paintings was a Leo Maskovsky, who lived in 1920 in the Baltic.
Representatives of Christie's said that they were aware of the examination center, and Grabar, Vladimir Petrov, but in order to cancel the transaction, they need to conduct their own due diligence. But so far, according to them, to picture them are not allowed.
The auction house gives buyers a guarantee of 5 years. If during this time, two experts recognize the product of false and their conclusions will be approved by the buyer and Christie's, the money paid for the work will be returned.
In the "Catalogue of fraud" was still a work sold at Christie's, - the landscape "Winter sun in the pine woods, supposedly painted by the artist Andrew Schilder. Landscape was sold for 8,5 thousand pounds at auction, held in July 2000. Shortly after the auction from the new owner in doubt the authenticity of the paintings, and he turned to the experts. May 30, 2001 Christie's withdrew the sale.
Among the other forgeries - "Summer fishing lake in the woods" Ilya Ostroukhov, sold at Sotheby's in May 2002. Representatives of the auction house said that over the attribution of the painting to him no one spoke.
The problem facing the majority of counterfeit dealers dealing in Russian art. "Every month I am asked to see the 10 paintings and 9 of them turn out to be false - lamenting London dealer James Batteruik (James Butterwick). - Many of the Russian collectors make purchases without consulting with relevant experts. If the work is credible, then it has a provenance that can be easily verified.
Julia Maksimova
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