There was an inference question in the Art Forgeries passage that drove me crazy, and no one has given me a satisfactory defense of any answer choice. None of them seemed supported to me.
Unfortunately, becasue the question just asked which claim was "most supported" by the passage, I can't give any more detail without listing answer choices. At the risk of being banned, one had to do with the criteria by which we decide a painting is a fraud, and one effectively said that originality of vision was necessary to successful forgeries. Mods, please remove if I've said too much.
Oh, also it was on the top right-hand corner of the page.
If anyone knows what I'm talking about, and has any idea what the right answer was, please PM me! I'm dying to know.
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