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120 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
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NB621 .F6 C38 2014 Unknown
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viii, 197 pages ; 22 cm
Forged explores art forgery from ancient times to the present. In chapters combining lively biography with insightful art criticism, Jonathon Keats profiles individual art forgers and connects their stories to broader themes about the role of forgeries in society. From the Renaissance master Andrea del Sarto who faked a Raphael masterpiece at the request of his Medici patrons, to the Vermeer counterfeiter Han van Meegeren who duped the avaricious Hermann Göring, to the frustrated British artist Eric Hebborn, who began forging to expose the ignorance of experts, art forgers have challenged "legitimate" art in their own time, breaching accepted practices and upsetting the status quo. They have also provocatively confronted many of the present-day cultural anxieties that are major themes in the arts. Keats uncovers what forgeries--and our reactions to them--reveal about changing conceptions of creativity, identity, authorship, integrity, authenticity, success, and how we assign value to works of art. The book concludes by looking at how artists today have appropriated many aspects of forgery through such practices as street-art stenciling and share-and-share-alike licensing, and how these open-source "copyleft" strategies have the potential to make legitimate art meaningful again.
Forged explores art forgery from ancient times to the present. In chapters combining lively biography with insightful art criticism, Jonathon Keats profiles individual art forgers and connects their stories to broader themes about the role of forgeries in society. From the Renaissance master Andrea del Sarto who faked a Raphael masterpiece at the request of his Medici patrons, to the Vermeer counterfeiter Han van Meegeren who duped the avaricious Hermann Göring, to the frustrated British artist Eric Hebborn, who began forging to expose the ignorance of experts, art forgers have challenged "legitimate" art in their own time, breaching accepted practices and upsetting the status quo. They have also provocatively confronted many of the present-day cultural anxieties that are major themes in the arts. Keats uncovers what forgeries--and our reactions to them--reveal about changing conceptions of creativity, identity, authorship, integrity, authenticity, success, and how we assign value to works of art. The book concludes by looking at how artists today have appropriated many aspects of forgery through such practices as street-art stenciling and share-and-share-alike licensing, and how these open-source "copyleft" strategies have the potential to make legitimate art meaningful again.
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xvi, 172 p., [91] p. of plates : ill. ; 31 cm.
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383 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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372 p. ; 24 cm.
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1 folded sheet (6 unnumbered pages) : color illustrations ; 22 x 10 cm
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1 online resource (2 unnumbered pages) : color illustrations
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xviii, 488 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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K3778 .C94 2010 Unknown
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xi, 230 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Art and crime?
  • Art theft
  • Art theft continued : selected cases
  • Art forgeries and fakes
  • Art theft and destruction : the perils of wars and civil/religious unrest
  • Stealing the past : the looting of cultural-heritage objects
  • White-collar crime in the art world
  • Vandalism and malicious destruction
  • Responding to art crime
  • Security and prevention : the best response to art crime.
Forgeries, fakes, fencing, and felony theft-all are pervasive problems in the world of art, where the stakes are high, the networks wide, and the consequences profound. In recent years, suspicious acquisitions, unreliable provenances, and shady dealers have found their way into the headlines as museums and private collections have been confronted with everything from fake pieces to stolen antiquities to plain old theft and vandalism. Crimes of the Art World captures the full scope of this staggeringly lucrative field of criminal conduct, showing how its impact reaches well beyond the walls of the museum. Filled with fascinating stories of crime and greed, this revealing volume looks at case after case of thefts, forgeries, fakes, and illicit trafficking, as well as the political/religious victimization of art, white-collar art crime, and vandalism. The book examines each type of crime in terms of frequency, losses, and characteristics of victims and criminals. Concluding chapters focus on preventive measures, art crime investigation, and security issues.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Art and crime?
  • Art theft
  • Art theft continued : selected cases
  • Art forgeries and fakes
  • Art theft and destruction : the perils of wars and civil/religious unrest
  • Stealing the past : the looting of cultural-heritage objects
  • White-collar crime in the art world
  • Vandalism and malicious destruction
  • Responding to art crime
  • Security and prevention : the best response to art crime.
Forgeries, fakes, fencing, and felony theft-all are pervasive problems in the world of art, where the stakes are high, the networks wide, and the consequences profound. In recent years, suspicious acquisitions, unreliable provenances, and shady dealers have found their way into the headlines as museums and private collections have been confronted with everything from fake pieces to stolen antiquities to plain old theft and vandalism. Crimes of the Art World captures the full scope of this staggeringly lucrative field of criminal conduct, showing how its impact reaches well beyond the walls of the museum. Filled with fascinating stories of crime and greed, this revealing volume looks at case after case of thefts, forgeries, fakes, and illicit trafficking, as well as the political/religious victimization of art, white-collar art crime, and vandalism. The book examines each type of crime in terms of frequency, losses, and characteristics of victims and criminals. Concluding chapters focus on preventive measures, art crime investigation, and security issues.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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N8795 .B39 2010 Unknown
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256 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The secret lies of fakes
  • Forgery is not new
  • The nine lives of fakes
  • A rogues' gallery of forgers, fakers, and facilitators
  • Escaping de Landa's bonfire of the vanities
  • Between a rock and a hard fake
  • Feat of clay
  • The lapidary's lament
  • Skullduggery
  • Wooden men, golden gods, and tales on the wall.
Crystal skulls, imaginative codices, dubious Olmec heads and cute Colima dogs. Fakes and forgeries run rampant in the Mesoamerican art collections of international museums and private individuals. Authors Nancy Kelker and Karen Bruhns examine the phenomenon in this eye-opening volume. They discuss the most commonly forged classes and styles of artifacts, many of which were being duplicated centuries ago. More important, they describe the system whereby these objects get made, purchased, authenticated, and placed in major museums as well as the complicity of forgers, dealers, curators, and collectors in this system. Unique to this volume are biographies of several of the forgers, who describe their craft and how they are able to effectively fool connoisseurs and specialists. There is an important, accessible introduction to pre-Columbian art fraud for archaeologists, art historians, and museum professionals alike. This is a parallel volume by the same authors that discusses fakes in Andean archaeology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Introduction
  • The secret lies of fakes
  • Forgery is not new
  • The nine lives of fakes
  • A rogues' gallery of forgers, fakers, and facilitators
  • Escaping de Landa's bonfire of the vanities
  • Between a rock and a hard fake
  • Feat of clay
  • The lapidary's lament
  • Skullduggery
  • Wooden men, golden gods, and tales on the wall.
Crystal skulls, imaginative codices, dubious Olmec heads and cute Colima dogs. Fakes and forgeries run rampant in the Mesoamerican art collections of international museums and private individuals. Authors Nancy Kelker and Karen Bruhns examine the phenomenon in this eye-opening volume. They discuss the most commonly forged classes and styles of artifacts, many of which were being duplicated centuries ago. More important, they describe the system whereby these objects get made, purchased, authenticated, and placed in major museums as well as the complicity of forgers, dealers, curators, and collectors in this system. Unique to this volume are biographies of several of the forgers, who describe their craft and how they are able to effectively fool connoisseurs and specialists. There is an important, accessible introduction to pre-Columbian art fraud for archaeologists, art historians, and museum professionals alike. This is a parallel volume by the same authors that discusses fakes in Andean archaeology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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220 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Imagined histories : the problem of fakes
  • Artisans, ateliers, and their faux works
  • All that glitters is not old
  • All slipped up and everywhere to go
  • Clay-mates or imagination run riot
  • Hard cheese for hard rocks
  • Pocket candy : lapidary arts and objets de vertu in the Andes
  • Woodcarvers, weavers, and fake mummies?
  • Phoenicians and dinosaurs : the squirrely side of forgery.
Nasca pots, Quimbaya figurines, Moche porn figures, stone shamans. Fakes and forgeries run rampant in the Andean art collections of international museums and private individuals. Authors Karen Bruhns and Nancy Kelker examine the phenomenon in this eye-opening volume. They discuss the most commonly forged classes and styles of artifacts, many of which were being duplicated centuries ago. More important, they describe the system whereby these objects get made, purchased, authenticated, and placed in major museums as well as the complicity of forgers, dealers, curators, and collectors in this system. Unique to this volume are biographies of several of the forgers, who describe their craft and how they are able to effectively fool connoisseurs and specialists. This book provides an important, accessible introduction to pre-Columbian art fraud for archaeologists, art historians, and museum professionals alike. A parallel volume by the same authors discusses fakes in Mesoamerican archaeology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Imagined histories : the problem of fakes
  • Artisans, ateliers, and their faux works
  • All that glitters is not old
  • All slipped up and everywhere to go
  • Clay-mates or imagination run riot
  • Hard cheese for hard rocks
  • Pocket candy : lapidary arts and objets de vertu in the Andes
  • Woodcarvers, weavers, and fake mummies?
  • Phoenicians and dinosaurs : the squirrely side of forgery.
Nasca pots, Quimbaya figurines, Moche porn figures, stone shamans. Fakes and forgeries run rampant in the Andean art collections of international museums and private individuals. Authors Karen Bruhns and Nancy Kelker examine the phenomenon in this eye-opening volume. They discuss the most commonly forged classes and styles of artifacts, many of which were being duplicated centuries ago. More important, they describe the system whereby these objects get made, purchased, authenticated, and placed in major museums as well as the complicity of forgers, dealers, curators, and collectors in this system. Unique to this volume are biographies of several of the forgers, who describe their craft and how they are able to effectively fool connoisseurs and specialists. This book provides an important, accessible introduction to pre-Columbian art fraud for archaeologists, art historians, and museum professionals alike. A parallel volume by the same authors discusses fakes in Mesoamerican archaeology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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v. ; 24 cm.
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351 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Table of Contents - 8 Dramatis personae - 10 Introduction - 14 1. An eye for an eye - 26 2. True colors - 58 3. Hushing up - 86 4. For art's sake - 108 5. The expert tamed - 130 6. Retaliation - 172 7. An uneasy legacy - 192 8. Between a rock and a hard place - 204 9. Among art experts - 232 10. The gift - 256 11. The unfinished Vincent - 274 Acknowledgments - 302 Notes - 306 Archives - 330 Illustrations - 332 Bibliography - 334 Index of names - 346.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Vincent van Gogh's paintings and drawings are fabulously expensive. Millions of people admire his work, but are those masterpieces all genuine? To this day, the international art world struggles to separate the real Van Goghs from the fake ones, and the key question addressed in this book is what may happen to art experts when they publicly voice their opinions on a particular Van Gogh (or not). The story starts with art expert J.B. de la Faille who discovered to his own bewilderment that he had included dozens of fake Van Goghs in his 1928 catalogue raisonne. He wanted to set the record straight, but met with strong resistance from art dealers, collectors, critics, politicians and others, marking the beginning of a fierce clash of interests that had seized the art world for many decades of the twentieth century. In his fascinating account of the struggle for the genuine Vincent van Gogh, Tromp shows the less attractive side of the art world. His reconstruction of many such confrontations yields a host of intriguing and sometimes bewildering insights into the fates of art experts when they bring unwelcome news.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Table of Contents - 8 Dramatis personae - 10 Introduction - 14 1. An eye for an eye - 26 2. True colors - 58 3. Hushing up - 86 4. For art's sake - 108 5. The expert tamed - 130 6. Retaliation - 172 7. An uneasy legacy - 192 8. Between a rock and a hard place - 204 9. Among art experts - 232 10. The gift - 256 11. The unfinished Vincent - 274 Acknowledgments - 302 Notes - 306 Archives - 330 Illustrations - 332 Bibliography - 334 Index of names - 346.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Vincent van Gogh's paintings and drawings are fabulously expensive. Millions of people admire his work, but are those masterpieces all genuine? To this day, the international art world struggles to separate the real Van Goghs from the fake ones, and the key question addressed in this book is what may happen to art experts when they publicly voice their opinions on a particular Van Gogh (or not). The story starts with art expert J.B. de la Faille who discovered to his own bewilderment that he had included dozens of fake Van Goghs in his 1928 catalogue raisonne. He wanted to set the record straight, but met with strong resistance from art dealers, collectors, critics, politicians and others, marking the beginning of a fierce clash of interests that had seized the art world for many decades of the twentieth century. In his fascinating account of the struggle for the genuine Vincent van Gogh, Tromp shows the less attractive side of the art world. His reconstruction of many such confrontations yields a host of intriguing and sometimes bewildering insights into the fates of art experts when they bring unwelcome news.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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NX554 .Z9 G647 2010 Unknown
Book
351 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Table of Contents - 8 Dramatis personae - 10 Introduction - 14 1. An eye for an eye - 26 2. True colors - 58 3. Hushing up - 86 4. For art's sake - 108 5. The expert tamed - 130 6. Retaliation - 172 7. An uneasy legacy - 192 8. Between a rock and a hard place - 204 9. Among art experts - 232 10. The gift - 256 11. The unfinished Vincent - 274 Acknowledgments - 302 Notes - 306 Archives - 330 Illustrations - 332 Bibliography - 334 Index of names - 346.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Vincent van Gogh's paintings and drawings are fabulously expensive. Millions of people admire his work, but are those masterpieces all genuine? To this day, the international art world struggles to separate the real Van Goghs from the fake ones, and the key question addressed in this book is what may happen to art experts when they publicly voice their opinions on a particular Van Gogh (or not). The story starts with art expert J.B. de la Faille who discovered to his own bewilderment that he had included dozens of fake Van Goghs in his 1928 catalogue raisonne. He wanted to set the record straight, but met with strong resistance from art dealers, collectors, critics, politicians and others, marking the beginning of a fierce clash of interests that had seized the art world for many decades of the twentieth century. In his fascinating account of the struggle for the genuine Vincent van Gogh, Tromp shows the less attractive side of the art world. His reconstruction of many such confrontations yields a host of intriguing and sometimes bewildering insights into the fates of art experts when they bring unwelcome news.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Table of Contents - 8 Dramatis personae - 10 Introduction - 14 1. An eye for an eye - 26 2. True colors - 58 3. Hushing up - 86 4. For art's sake - 108 5. The expert tamed - 130 6. Retaliation - 172 7. An uneasy legacy - 192 8. Between a rock and a hard place - 204 9. Among art experts - 232 10. The gift - 256 11. The unfinished Vincent - 274 Acknowledgments - 302 Notes - 306 Archives - 330 Illustrations - 332 Bibliography - 334 Index of names - 346.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Vincent van Gogh's paintings and drawings are fabulously expensive. Millions of people admire his work, but are those masterpieces all genuine? To this day, the international art world struggles to separate the real Van Goghs from the fake ones, and the key question addressed in this book is what may happen to art experts when they publicly voice their opinions on a particular Van Gogh (or not). The story starts with art expert J.B. de la Faille who discovered to his own bewilderment that he had included dozens of fake Van Goghs in his 1928 catalogue raisonne. He wanted to set the record straight, but met with strong resistance from art dealers, collectors, critics, politicians and others, marking the beginning of a fierce clash of interests that had seized the art world for many decades of the twentieth century. In his fascinating account of the struggle for the genuine Vincent van Gogh, Tromp shows the less attractive side of the art world. His reconstruction of many such confrontations yields a host of intriguing and sometimes bewildering insights into the fates of art experts when they bring unwelcome news.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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NX554 .Z9 G64713 2010 Unknown
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xxv, 261 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Through the use of case examples and careful examination, this book presents the first interdisciplinary essay collection on the study of art crime, and its effect on all aspects of the art world. Contributors discuss art crime subcategories, including vandalism, iconoclasm, forgery, fraud, peace-time theft, war looting, archaeological looting, smuggling, submarine looting, and ransom. The contributors offer insightful analyses coupled with specific practical suggestions to implement in the future to prevent and address art crime. This work is of critical importance to anyone involved in the art world, its trade, study, and security. Art crime has received relatively little attention from those who study art to those who prosecute crimes. Indeed, the general public is not well-aware of the various forms of art crime and its impact on society at large, to say nothing of museums, history, and cultural affairs. And yet it involves a multi-billion dollar legitimate industry, with a conservatively-estimated $6 billion annual criminal profit. Information about and analysis of art crime is critical to the wide variety of fields involved in the art trade and art preservation, from museums to academia, from auction houses to galleries, from insurance to art law, from policing to security. Since the Second World War, art crime has evolved from a relatively innocuous crime, into the third highest-grossing annual criminal trade worldwide, run primarily by organized crime syndicates, and therefore funding their other enterprises, from the drug and arms trades to terrorism. It is no longer merely the art that is at stake. .
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Through the use of case examples and careful examination, this book presents the first interdisciplinary essay collection on the study of art crime, and its effect on all aspects of the art world. Contributors discuss art crime subcategories, including vandalism, iconoclasm, forgery, fraud, peace-time theft, war looting, archaeological looting, smuggling, submarine looting, and ransom. The contributors offer insightful analyses coupled with specific practical suggestions to implement in the future to prevent and address art crime. This work is of critical importance to anyone involved in the art world, its trade, study, and security. Art crime has received relatively little attention from those who study art to those who prosecute crimes. Indeed, the general public is not well-aware of the various forms of art crime and its impact on society at large, to say nothing of museums, history, and cultural affairs. And yet it involves a multi-billion dollar legitimate industry, with a conservatively-estimated $6 billion annual criminal profit. Information about and analysis of art crime is critical to the wide variety of fields involved in the art trade and art preservation, from museums to academia, from auction houses to galleries, from insurance to art law, from policing to security. Since the Second World War, art crime has evolved from a relatively innocuous crime, into the third highest-grossing annual criminal trade worldwide, run primarily by organized crime syndicates, and therefore funding their other enterprises, from the drug and arms trades to terrorism. It is no longer merely the art that is at stake. .
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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N8795 .A78 2009 Unknown
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xxv, 261 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
  • The fundamental importance of archaeological context / Derek Fincham
  • Homecomings : learning from the return of antiquities to Italy / David W.J. Gill
  • Lack of due diligence and unregulated markets : trade in illicit antiquities and fakes in Hong Kong / Toby Bull
  • Who is stealing all those paintings? / A.J.G. Tijhuis
  • The affair of the statuettes reexamined : Picasso and Apollinaire's role in the famed Louvre theft / Silvia Loreti
  • Art, terrorism, and organized crime / Bojan Dobovšek
  • Fakes and deception : examining fraud in the art market / Kenneth Polk and Duncan Chappell
  • Implication of art theft in the fine art insurance industry / Dorit Straus
  • Four art crimes and their effect on the art trade / Noah Charney
  • Trepidations of a private art collector / Judah Best
  • Defending art / Giovanni Pastore
  • Q & A with two innovative security directors / Dennis Ahern and Anthony Amore
  • Exercises in futility : the pursuit of protecting art / Stevan P. Layne
  • Security for temporary exhibitions : regular, customized, or bespoke / Dick Drent
  • The quiet crime : an introduction to the world of rare book, map, and document theft / Travis McDade
  • Unexpected and accessible : threats to university collections / John Kleberg
  • Bringing it all back home : recovery of stolen special collections materials / Richard W. Oram and Ann Hartley
  • Art theft : heralds of change in the international legal landscape / Arthur Tompkins
  • Economic woes, art theft, and money laundering : a perfect recipe / Dafydd Nelson
  • The artifacts of wartime art crime : evidence for a model of the evolving clout of cultural property in foreign affairs / Erik Nemeth
  • Afterword: Why masterpieces matter : some dogmatic reflections / John Stubbs.
  • The fundamental importance of archaeological context / Derek Fincham
  • Homecomings : learning from the return of antiquities to Italy / David W.J. Gill
  • Lack of due diligence and unregulated markets : trade in illicit antiquities and fakes in Hong Kong / Toby Bull
  • Who is stealing all those paintings? / A.J.G. Tijhuis
  • The affair of the statuettes reexamined : Picasso and Apollinaire's role in the famed Louvre theft / Silvia Loreti
  • Art, terrorism, and organized crime / Bojan Dobovšek
  • Fakes and deception : examining fraud in the art market / Kenneth Polk and Duncan Chappell
  • Implication of art theft in the fine art insurance industry / Dorit Straus
  • Four art crimes and their effect on the art trade / Noah Charney
  • Trepidations of a private art collector / Judah Best
  • Defending art / Giovanni Pastore
  • Q & A with two innovative security directors / Dennis Ahern and Anthony Amore
  • Exercises in futility : the pursuit of protecting art / Stevan P. Layne
  • Security for temporary exhibitions : regular, customized, or bespoke / Dick Drent
  • The quiet crime : an introduction to the world of rare book, map, and document theft / Travis McDade
  • Unexpected and accessible : threats to university collections / John Kleberg
  • Bringing it all back home : recovery of stolen special collections materials / Richard W. Oram and Ann Hartley
  • Art theft : heralds of change in the international legal landscape / Arthur Tompkins
  • Economic woes, art theft, and money laundering : a perfect recipe / Dafydd Nelson
  • The artifacts of wartime art crime : evidence for a model of the evolving clout of cultural property in foreign affairs / Erik Nemeth
  • Afterword: Why masterpieces matter : some dogmatic reflections / John Stubbs.
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19. The journal of art crime [2009 - ]

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v. : ill. ; 30 cm.
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LAW-236-01, LAW-308-01
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LAW-236-01 -- Art And The Law
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Merryman, John Henry
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LAW-308-01 -- Cultural Heritage Law And Policy
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Merryman, John Henry
Book
431 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 34 cm.
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