Mr. Eric I. Spoutz's
worldís leading art collector Mr. Eric I. Spoutz (according to Mr.
Eric I. Spoutz himself) has now, lead by his immense frustration by
being exposed by artfakes as a common art swindler and thereby forced to
sell his forgeries to naive buyers only, marked his paintings with the
copyright sign and with the imm-sla-auctions ditto.
doing so Mr. Spoutz indirectly confesses that the world-famed artists
did not paint the pictures in question, which Mr. Spoutz, up till now,
wrongfully made potential buyers believe that the were. Here we are
talking about names like Picasso, Kandinsky, Chagall, Matisse and many
more. He, Eric I. Spoutz, has of course the copyright to his own
pictures and to the paintings done by his amateur painters under the
assumption that they were given to him by those individuals.
he has not is the copyright to world-famed artists paintings. These
artists alone have these copyrights.
does Mr. Spoutz really think that by making this move, he can stop the
publicity of his forgeries by putting these stamps across his pictures?
By far he canít, because he didnít take artfakes into consideration.
According to international laws concerning copyright regulations it is
free to depict works of art, even falsifications, when the question has
to do with bringing up some actual daily news. And thatís what
we are talking about here.
Apart from the fine stamps mentioned Mr. Spoutz brought a new person, Mr. Gerry W. Henry, in front to issue certificates that the false paintings presume attributed to the great artists mentioned above. No matter who that Mr. Henry is, no art expert will ever make that kind of attribution. To our (artfakes) opinion those pictures remain forgeries, and that goes for the documents too. The latter might be genuine, but only in the sense that they belong to pictures not sold by Mr. Eric I. Spoutz.