George_Spiggott: I recall a recent successful forger saying that Pollock is the easiest to fake, though the details escape me. But here's essentially the same claim. But it seems obvious that faking in this sense means creating a "lost" or "previously unknown" painting supposedly from career gaps, as this fellow does. When accident plays that much of a role in technique, making a fake copy of an existing painting seems like it'd be a different matter entirely.
CHoldredge: But since the Sistine Chapel was altered,
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