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U.S. District Court District of Connecticut courthouse in New Haven. U.S. District Court District of Connecticut courthouse in New Haven. Photo: Google

A federal lawsuit alleges a Greenwich man engaged in “statutory theft” by refusing to return a Jackson Pollock artwork reportedly worth $175,000.

The lawsuit, filed July 22 in U.S. District Court in Connecticut, alleges “The Collage” was created by the famed artist in 1943 and was purchased from a New York art gallery in 1978 by Mary Mochary, the mother of California plaintiff Matthew Mochary.

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Robert Storace

Robert Storace covers legal trends, lawsuits and analysis for the Connecticut Law Tribune. Follow him on Twitter @RobertSCTLaw or reach him at 203-437-5950.

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