Makin' Copies

Feature

Saturday, July 10, 2004

The word “forgery” conjures up a shadowy network of cynical brilliant craftsmen and dealers conning naïve clients with perfectly faked Old Masters. Eric Doeringer is the rare contemporary art forger who wants full credit for his copying. Matthew Schuerman stumbled across Doeringer hawking his forged art work on the sidewalks of New York City.

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Matthew Schuerman

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