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Eduardo De Valfierno

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Art's Great Whodunit: The Mona Lisa Theft of 1911
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Niektorí historici prišli s teóriou, že si Peruggia na krádež objednal argentínsky podvodník Eduardo de Valfierno, ktorý plánoval predať šesť kópií bohatým zberateľom z rôznych častí sveta. Nech bol dôvod akýkoľvek Mona Lisa sa stala hviezdou. Médiá po ...
Eduardo de Valfierno: el argentino que vendió 6 veces la "Mona Lisa"
Eduardo de Valfierno: el argentino que vendió 6 veces la "Mona Lisa". ENCARGO EL ROBO DE LA PINTURA MAS FAMOSA DE LEONARDO PARA FALSIFICARLA Y VENDER LAS COPIASAyer se cumplió un siglo de su golpe maestro: el robo de “La ...
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Peruggia, who had worked at the Louvre, was put up to the job by an Argentine con man named Eduardo de Valfierno, who had a skilled art forger knock off six copies. Valfierno then sold the copies for the equivalent today of $67 million. When Peruggia ...
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Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning: These are names familiar to art circles. But Pei-Shen Qian? Not so much, or at least not until the 75-year-old painter was indicted for a $33 million art fraud scheme.

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