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Martha Fuqua, “Renoir Girl,” has denounced as “improperly authenticated” a museum’s evidence that it owns the long-lost Renoir painting she claims and has asked a judge to dismiss the Baltimore Museum of Art’s motion for summary judgment.

For much of the past year, Fuqua, a Virginia driving instructor, and the BMA have been wrangling in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Virginia, over who owns “On the Shore of the Seine,” a tiny 1879 landscape.

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