Frederick R. Koch sold Mary four original Pablo Picasso artwork, one pencil drawing, two ink drawings, and one painting. We only have photographs of three, and they are shown below.
Mary was visited by Mr. Koch who sold her artwork at her flea market booth in Okeechobee, FL over several months and many visits. Starting in November of 1991 to around March of 1992. Stating the damage on the artwork was from it being saved from a fire at an art storage warehouse.
As long as this story continues to go untold by the media, corruption is winning. Those of you who believe in standing up against corruption need to share this story. Rupert Murdoch protects the Koch brothers; such protection shouldn't be allowed (read here and here). Those media outlets not owned by Rupert Murdoch need to do the right thing.
Over the years, Suzanne (Mary's daughter) researched in depth each of the artists her mother had purchased. Below is Suzanne's research for the Pablo Picasso painting.