Gary Arseneau - Deception: Are These Really Rodins?


In Henry Campbell Blackís Blackís Law Dictionary" the term "fake" is defined: 

"To make or construct falsely. A "faked alibi" is made, manufactured, or false alibi. Something that is not what it purports to be; counterfeit. An imposter." 

Would "reproductions" from "reproductions" of Auguste Rodinís original art misrepresented as "sculpture" and therefore "something that is not what it purports to be" make them "fake?" 



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