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forgery-theft-perjury-swindle-fake news in the longest running art scam

The Plough Crime

Artworks made by The Plough have a somewhat turbulent history when it comes to crime. They have been forged extensively over the last 40 years. In addition, a large number of these forgeries – all coming from the Zwaneveld collection – have been embezzled and resold, thus causing harm twice over. In the subpages a closer look will be taken at the alleged forger of these paintings: Cor van L. The embezzlement of the Zwaneveld collection will be addressed, as well as how it was possible that the forgeries ended up on the market, and how this could have been prevented.

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