5 years ago the painting was bought from the exhibition for 15 crores, such a sensational disclosure happened after a doubt
Five years after a painting of well-known artist Sir William Nicholson was bought for Rs 15 crore, questions are being raised about its authenticity. According to a media report, an expert has questioned its authenticity. The painting shows the art of pears with a glass jug. Lee, who bought this painting, says that, when he bought this painting, he had no doubt that it was real, Lee had decided to buy it as soon as he saw this painting, but in the year 2011 when he met Sir Nicholson When he saw the list of all the paintings, he could not find any mention of his purchased painting. After which they suspected it to be fake. For information, let us tell you that after a lot of investigation, the possibility of it being fake seems more.
According to a media report, Lee feels that injustice has been done to him, and exhibition presenter Fiona Bruce says, "I myself am surprised that such a big disclosure has been made about this painting. It can't be that this painting is not of Sir Nicholson." Although experts have come to know the truth behind its originality that this painting was made from Nicholson's painting kit which is present in his grandson's house, but despite all this, an expert Patricia Reid did not believe that this painting is real. There is no direct evidence to suggest that Nicholson himself made this painting. It is possible that one of Nicholson's students may have used his painting board during his learning days, after an expert said that it was possible that one of his students had made the painting.