Clementon, NJ (PRWEB) November 19, 2005
The continued double fraud of France (Reunion des Musees Nationaux) and Spain (City Council of Barcelona and Government of Catalonia) in the fraudulent Exhibit "PICASSO, La Passion du dessin", inaugurated in Paris. This swindle has been reported, through action for crime, before the Central Criminal Court -Nº 6- in Madrid (Spain).
- The value of Picasso in the world, and the art market are being dragged towards a deep abyss and a big disaster because of the continued denial on behalf of Spain and France to acknowledge their political and legal responsibility in the fraudulent Picasso donation of 1970 to the Barcelona City Council and the, then, clandestine Autonomous Government of Catalonia, whose leaders are Joan Clos and Pascual Maragall, Mayor and President, a donation that contained more than 500 false works of art as well as the not less fraudulent Picasso heir inheritance payments to the French state in 1978.
- It is evident, and has been proven, that Picasso's children, Maria de la Concepcion Ruiz Walter, Claude and Paloma Ruiz Gilot, and grand daughter, Marina Ruiz Lotte (all of them auto-proclaimed Picasso without right), know about the continued fraud.
- Observing the manifested bad intentions and incompetence on behalf of Picasso's heirs, it is urgent to separate them, and the company Picasso Administration S.A, from any kind of certification, they continues certifying, in an inescapable criminal act, false Picasso's of no value without a signature or date, falsely attributed to the time period between 1891 and 1898.
- For the good transparency of the Art Market and the legitimate interests of the investor:
Romulo-Antonio Tenes is committed to supervise and purify Picasso's worldwide collections in an altruist manner and to advise any legal action against Picasso Administration S.A., for the proven issuing of false authenticity certificates.
- List of false works exhibited in the Picasso Museum of Paris. Certain work of Jose Ruiz Blasco, Picasso's father, manipulated and falsified with a criminal purpose:
1.- Etude academique, 1893-1894, La Coruña. Charcoal pencil on paper, 49x31 cm. Signed "J. Ruiz" the "J" for José has been falsified into a "P" for Pablo. M.P. 405, Musée Picasso de Paris. Page 84 of the Catalogue.
2.- La Coruña, double page d'un journal. 16th of September 1894. Sepia ink on paper. Without a doubt José Ruiz Blasco’s handwriting, of a high rank. The stamp ex Libris and the signature "J. Ruiz" have been manipulated. M.P. 402. Pages 196 and 197.
3.- Portrait of Josefa Sebastia Menbrado. Charcoal drawing on paper. Horta del Ebro, Spain, 32x29,5 cm. Without a doubt Jose Ruiz Blasco's handwriting. "Pablo Ruiz Picasso" added later in a crude manner. Page 200.
4.- "A la escuela" (To School). Drawing, 1895. Black ink and pen, 29,9x15,1 cm. Without a doubt Jose Ruiz Blasco's handwriting. The "J" for José has been falsified into a "P" for Pablo. M.P. 406. Page 201. This drawing illustrates the book cover of "Picasso 1891-1897 Fraud". Picasso's heirs fraudulently recollect royalties over Jose Ruiz's work, their grandfather.
5.- "Azul y Blanco" (Blue and White). Double page, called "Diario", brown ink on paper. Signed "J. Ruiz", the "J" for Jose has been falsified into a "P" for Pablo. M-P. 403 1º. Page 86.
6.- "Primera Comunion" (The First Communion). Oil on canvas. Signed "J. Ruiz", the "J" for Jose has been falsified into a "P" for Pablo, "Picasso" added later, in a crude manner. Different pigmentation easily detectable with the help of chemical analysis. M.P.B. 110.001, Museum Picasso of Barcelona. Does not appear in the catalogue.
- Absolutely false anonymous works, without a signature or date, fraudulently attributed to Pablo Ruiz Picasso:
7.- Father of the artist. Drawing and brown sepia gouache, 15x16,5 cm. Absolutely false, Picasso only started to paint, in a clumsy manner, in 1900. M.P.B. 110.331. Page 198 of the Catalogue.
8.- Side view of the artist's mother. 1896. Watercolor, 18x12,5 cm. Absolutely false, Picasso only started to paint, in a clumsy manner, in 1900. M.P.B. 111.472. Page 199 of the Catalogue.
9.- Azul y blanco (Blue and white). Double page, called "Diario". Absolutely false, the handwriting belongs neither to Jose Ruiz, nor to Pablo Picasso. M.P. 403. It is not in the Catalogue.
10.- Portrait of the father. Drawing and watercolor. Absolutely false, without signature or date. M.P.B. Page 12 of the Catalogue.
11.- Carnet de Barcelona. On paper. Absolutely false, without signature or date. M.P. 1990-93.
12.- Boy, and various sketches. Drawing on paper. Absolutely false, the handwriting belongs neither to Jose Ruiz, nor to Pablo Picasso. M.P.B. 110.577.
13.- Portrait d'homme. Charcoal drawing on paper, 62x30 cm. Absolutely false, the signature of the true author has been taken off. This criminal practice is repeated in hundreds of fraudulent works attributed to Picasso. M.P. 1990-53. Page 204 of the Catalogue.
14.- The painter's mother and sister embroidering. 1896. Dark sepia ink. 16,5x22 cm. M.P. 409 rº. Page 201 of the Catalogue.
It is convenient to repeat that Picasso started to paint in 1900. Any prior works are absolutely false.
Romulo-Antonio Tenes is Biographer of Picasso's childhood. Author of the book "Picasso 1891-1897 Fraud" I.S.B.N. 84-609-6565-1, Dep. Legal M-31618-2005. A 656 page book recognized as a scientific work by the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
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