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The counterfeiters: Inside the world of art forgery - Features - Art - The Independent

The counterfeiters: Inside the world of art forgery - Features - Art - The Independent

New book by #NoahCharney reveals many of histories greatest art forgeries.

Noah Charney’s new book reveals the men behind the greatest art forgeries in history.

When is a Rembrandt Not a Rembrandt?: Forgeries at Fordham - News - Art in America

Forged Marc Chagall, “La Nappe Mauve,” by Ely Sakhai, from FBI-Seized Forgeries Get a Gallery Retrospective

Heute van Gogh, morgen Monet - drei Brüder aus Berlin kopieren die Gemälde alter Meister, ganz legal. Ein lukrativer Job: Bis zu 10.000 Euro zahlen Kunden für die Auftragsfälschungen.

Heute van Gogh, morgen Monet - drei Brüder aus Berlin kopieren die Gemälde alter Meister, ganz legal. Ein lukrativer Job: Bis zu 10.000 Euro zahlen Kunden für die Auftragsfälschungen.

CT scan of Buddha sculpture dated to 1100 CE. China reveals a mummy. The scan took place when they buyer requested it for restoration purposes without knowing it's contents.

From the mummified monk found inside a bronze statue to the mini San Pedro Mountains mummy, these are some of the weirdest mummies ever found.

"Laser Analysis Yields Art History Clues" video shows the NC Museum of Art's chief conservator Bill Brown and Tana Villafana, a Duke researcher, talking about a new laser imaging technique they’ve developed and its application to art. The painting shown is the Puccio Capanna from the Museum's early Italian Collection.

Duke University researcher Tana Villafaña and North Carolina Museum of Art chief conservator William Brown team up to use lasers to identify pigments in pain.

Fakes:  unusual materials. This statue is not ancient is the general scholarly consensus Claimed to be a an Amber and Gold image of an Assyrian king ca.  900-800 BCE.

Statuette of an Assyrian king, century BCE, amber with gold. (this was around the time the Israelites were taken into Babylon, the Assyrian king also took Israelites shortly after)