Could you pick out the fake in a room full of masterpieces?

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Could you pick out the fake in a room full of masterpieces?

Many of us fancy ourselves as art critics, but could you pick out a replica in a room full of masterpieces? 
That's what the Dulwich Picture Gallery is asking people to do with their Made in China exhibition. 
The gallery have exchanged one priceless painting for a $120 fake, painted in China.
‪The painting will be on display for the next three months and until then, both the gallery, and the artist behind the idea, Doug Fishbone, are keeping tight-lipped as to which one is the forgery.
‪Jake Tupman went down to see if he could spot the impostor.

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