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Can art criticism ever be defamatory?

If you take Renoir's word for it, you'd think trees are just a collection of green squiggles.'

The protestors are demanding that the Museum of Fine Arts take down its Renoirs. To read more on why Aurea Kevill thinks considering the implications ‘is worthy of a law school exam’, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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