Odd Story of Trump's Allegedly Fake Renoir Bubbles Up

Odd Story of Trump's Allegedly Fake Renoir Bubbles Up

Odd Story of Trump's Allegedly Fake Renoir Bubbles Up

"A PAINTING which Donald Trump claims is a real Renoir is fake according to experts".

Donald Trump has always maintained that the Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Two Sisters" painting in his NY apartment is the original but on Thursday, Art Institute of Chicago disagreed and insisted that the real "Two Sisters on the Terrace" by Renoir is hanging on its walls and not Trump's. "I asked him about the painting and Donald said, "It's a (n) original Renoir.' And I said, 'No, it's not, Donald", he recalled in a Vanity Fair podcast.

He says he was told by Mr Trump "You know that's an original Renoir" to which Mr O'Brien responded "Donald it's not". The painting was hanging in Trump Tower in 2016.

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In a recent interview, Trump biographer Tim O'Brien said he was once told by the future president that his artwork was an original.

The Art Institute has owned the painting since 1933. He does not bother mincing his words when talking about the president and opined that Trump probably "believes his own lies".

Spokeswoman Amanda Hicks told the Chicago Tribune that the institute was "satisfied that our version is real".

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Trump's supporters are enthralled by their plastic Messiah, and they may accept his alternate truth, but it's incumbent upon the press to point out that the emperor is buck naked.

"I am sure that he will continue to say to people who come to him" This is an original... Based on a photo taken there that shows the painting, "it seems clearly to be a copy of that famous Chicago picture", an art historian adds, per ArtNet, which cites a second art historian who agrees that Renoir never painted exact replicas of his own work. Annie Swan Coburn gifted the painting to the institute in 1933 after buying it from art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel, who bought it from Renoir in 1881, Hicks said in the Tribune.

O'Brien previously faced a $5bn defamation lawsuit from Trump after the TrumpNation author estimated the businessman to be worth only $150m as opposed to billions. The White House hasn't commented.

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