Connecticut art dealer David Crespo is no stranger to legal entanglements. Before he recently pleaded guilty for selling fake Marc Chagall and Picasso works on the Internet, the owner of the Brandon Gallery in Madison was sued by a fellow art dealer in 2008.

The dispute was over who owned a $220,000 collage created by the famous surrealist Salvador Dali.

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