Knoedler Gallery Fake Had Misspelled “Jackson Pollock”

June 14th, 2014

Comparison of a Pollock original with a "Pollok" via New York TimesNewly released documents in a civil court case against Ann Freedman have shown that one of the forged Jackson Pollock paintings purchased by the former Knoedler Gallery director herself had misspelled that name of the artist as “Pollok.”  “Freedman, Knoedler and their so-called ‘experts’ claim not to have seen forgeries even when it was literally (mis)spelled out for them,” lawyer John Cahill quipped in an email to the New York Times.Read more at New York Times