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Dispute intensifies over possible Pollock paintings

Alex Matter, who owns works he believes are by Jackson Pollock, says he has sold none of them despite a report to the contrary. Alex Matter, who owns works he believes are by Jackson Pollock, says he has sold none of them despite a report to the contrary. (SUZANNE DeCHILLO/THE NEW YORK TIMES/file 2005)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / April 4, 2007

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The foundation charged with protecting the legacy of Jackson Pollock is escalating its dispute with Alex Matter, the New York filmmaker who has found paintings he says were done by the late artist. (Full article: 808 words)

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