Forged: Why Fakes are the Great Art of Our Age

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9780199928354: Forged: Why Fakes are the Great Art of Our Age
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Keats provides a succinct, intelligent, and very readable summary. ( New York Review of Books)

A compelling look at six forgers, their cunning techniques, and how the art world was fooled by them ... The ability of fake art to humble the experts is irresistible. It's why fakes have spawned so many exhibitions and TV programmes, and why the critic and artist Jonathon Keats's collection of six tales of great 20th-century forgers is so enjoyable. ( The Sunday Times)

This book is a surprising fortean treat ( Andrew Brearley, Fortean Times)

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Keats provides a succinct, intelligent, and very readable summary. New York Review of Books A compelling look at six forgers, their cunning techniques, and how the art world was fooled by them ... The ability of fake art to humble the experts is irresistible. It's why fakes have spawned so many exhibitions and TV programmes, and why the critic and artist Jonathon Keats's collection of six tales of great 20th-century forgers is so enjoyable. The Sunday Times

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