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An insured believed he owned “Ocean Scene,” a 60-inch by 40-inch original oil painting on canvas by Israeli artist Avi Fieler. The painting had sustained water damage and was being claimed as a total loss, with a claimed value of $25,000. The adjuster on the case called on contents claims specialists to evaluate the extent of the damage and determine the current replacement value of the painting.  

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