PAINTING BOUGHT FOR £165K AND ATTRIBUTED TO ARTIST WHO TAUGHT WINSTON CHURCHILL IS A FAKE

Debate has raged for years over the authenticity of Glass Jug With Plates And Pears, which was reputed to be the work of William Nicholson.

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