This year, while the litigation fallout from one massive art forgery scandal is nearing an end, new scandals have emerged. Some in the art market are questioning the time-honored tradition of anonymity in art purchases. Prosecutors in New York in several high-profile cases have seized ancient works on suspicion of wrongdoing. Here’s what you need to know.
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