Walter Keane (Q7965324)

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American plagiarist who became famous in the 1950s for claiming he had painted a series of widely-reproduced paintings depicting vulnerable waifs with enormous eyes that has actually been painted by his wife Margaret Keane.
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Walter Keane
American plagiarist who became famous in the 1950s for claiming he had painted a series of widely-reproduced paintings depicting vulnerable waifs with enormous eyes that has actually been painted by his wife Margaret Keane.

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