The greatest art forger of modern
We feel pretty sure that he is guy judging from the choice of words he’s using and from other central characteristics. In that case he lives in The Fisher Building, 3011 West Grand Blvd. Detroit Michigan 48202, the U.S.A. For several months now he keeps on coming boasting about with his many paintings, the world’s largest collection of art he told us, but instead he has shown up to be the biggest crook and art swindler of today’s art history. Now he is back on stage doing his nasty business after weeks of keeping a low profile, probably hoping to be forget and forgotten by artfakes – but no Sir! artfakes never sleep, we are here, right on the line to keep an eye upon you, and we shall keep doing so as long as it takes to bring you to justice.
In fact Mr. Spoutz does not appear under the name of Imm-sla-auction (unless on Polish) any longer, but from his new store di-laurenti-auctions, (note the likeness between the two, not exactly an expression of great artistic imagination, we’d say!) both with addresses in Florida.
Five paintings this time
has he offered for sale, paintings signed Picasso (most used artist for
his crimes), Chagall, Magritte and Kandinsky. He’s’ got a nerve has
he! All artists with provenience to known persons and with certificates
from known art historians, all of them, no doubt about it have ever seen
any of those paintings. They are sold as attributed, whereby Mr. Spoutz
thinks he’s hedged his beds to be referred to as a simple art
swindler. But within a mile he hasn’t, for one simple reason:
Signed pictures cannot be attributed. See for yourself. The
paintings are either genuine or they are false. So much to that.
Mr. Spoutz’s certificates are, as are
his paintings, all together false. No wonder why they always refers to
dead people who cannot speak for themselves, it’s easy – it’s the
work of a worm on two feet.
On the 16.th of September 2005 four
persons were arrested in Copenhagen for selling a Rembrandt painting,
stolen from The National Museum in Stockholm in the year 2000. In this
case more people have been sentenced to long prison terms. Some months
ago a Dane got 2½ years in prison for having stolen paintings and
sculptures by known artists.
The latest art forger convicted in
Denmark also got 2½ years imprisonment. This he received for selling
falsifications by Picasso, Chagall and Modigliani and other famous
celebrities. The best-known art swindler the world has ever known about
was Han van Meegeren, he also stood up to his crimes while another of
the great art swindlers Elmyr de Hory took his own life before he was
brought to court. You can
read about those people here.
But no! You’re not! You make a packet thinking to keep you hands snowy only by offering technical equipment to all confidence tricksters so that they can sell their fakes. This indeed is American way of life, a moral far from European standard, far from European tradition.