Category Archives: Art Galleries

“I wouldn’t hang that shit in my house!”***

***A wealthy, elderly female, Eaton family collector who was bequeathed a substantial collection of Canadian First Nations art, including genuine works by Norval Morrisseau, all of which she dumped at auctions. UPDATE: Sep. 29, 2013 Morrisseaus Not Worth Stealing – Two … Continue reading

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A Photo is Worth…

Photos that keep right on talking… and talking some more…

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Judge Paul Martial 2: on Norval Morrisseau’s Case

UPDATED: The five day Hatfield v Child trial exposed the damning evidence – big-time – that at the very time (2005) Conspiracy Theorists claimed Norval Morrisseau was mentally alert and supposedly surfing the net for so-called “fakes” and issuing his … Continue reading

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Judge Paul J Martial 3: on Donald Robinson’s Case

“He has no formal training as an expert witness in handwriting analysis and his evidence is rejected.” “Mr. Robinson’s evidence of Morellian analysis of the round versus elongated eyes in Morrisseau’s painting was confusing. His commentary on colour was also inconsistent.” … Continue reading

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Hatfield v Child

The Conspiracy Theorists Lose Court Case Round #6 – “CT Proxy #4” Hatfield v Child – (Note: This was written before the judgement & is unrevised.) The Perils of Internet Dating… Prepping the Gullible Proxy Judge Morgan Warning About Donald Robinson … Continue reading

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Probing Perjury 8

Donald Robinson claims: – Kinsman Robinson Galleries “weren’t interested in increasing prices,” and that he was only interested in “a small profit” and “small price increases” of “five and ten percent,” for Morrisseau paintings sold by his gallery… Robinson was … Continue reading

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Probing Perjury 6

Donald Robinson claims: – that all the Morrisseaus sold at Randy Potters – some 2,000, out of which he bought 31 himself – were cheap and lousy fakes that even an amateur could pick out   “Q. Schiller: Okay; well, let’s break it down. … Continue reading

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Probing Perjury 5

Ritchie Sinclair claims: – to be a 1979 graduate of George Brown College, Toronto, ON “# RITCHIE SINCLAIR – SWORN EVIDENCE IN-CHIEF BY MR. SINCLAIR: Justice Godfrey: All right, what would you like to tell me, Mr. Sinclair? A: I’m sorry … Continue reading

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Probing Perjury 4

Ritchie Sinclair claims: – to be a Canadian Indian “In 1997 at the McMichael Gallery, that Bear Dance ceremony that Mr. Robinson mentioned, that was my initiation for taking responsibility for the continuation of the Woodland School of Art, which is … Continue reading

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Probing Perjury 2

Donald Robinson claims: – his son Paul Robinson, detected the “fakes” first, and warned him not to buy more paintings at Randy Potters Background: During the Hatfield trial, Donald Robinson did allow, to Judge Paul Martial twice, that he was a … Continue reading

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