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The Case for Old-Fashioned Connoisseurship

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The stifling of expert opinions is like having fully trained doctors who can’t make a diagnosis, says the art historian Bendor Grosvenor By Bendor Grosvenor. Comment, Issue 258, June 2014 Published online: 05 June 2014 Spot the difference: the painting (left), an untitled 1956 work said to be by Mark Rothko, sold to Domenico de Sole for $8.3m, and had allegedly been examined by experts.


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