Friday, October 30, 2020
 

Update in Peter Doig Case


Peter Doig faced a courtroom on Monday to prove an artwork attributed to him by it’s owner is not his. If he fails to do so, the owner seeks both damages of at least $5 million and for Doig’s official authentication of the work. The parties involved shared remarkably different recollections of Doig’s life during the 1970s when the work was created.

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