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For once Mould was right. The forensic evidence points toward the artist and the so called expert Patricia Reed gets A.A.D.'s nomination for our first ever dark glasses, white cane and seeing eye dog award because clearly she is blind. 

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A painting bought for £165,000, and thought to have been painted by British artist Sir William Nicholson, could be nearly worthless after an art expert cast doubt on its authenticity.

The still life of a glass jug and pears was examined on the BBC's Fake or Fortune? programme.

An expert said there was not enough evidence to confirm who painted it. However, a handwriting expert believes the work is authentic, and evidence links it to Nicholson's paint box.

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