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Subscribe to Channel 4 News: http://bit.ly/1sF6pOJ Could you tell an old master from a modern Chinese copy? Dulwich Picture Gallery sets up a challenge for visitors by planting a fake in among the genuine articles. Can you tell the difference? Top stories: http://bit.ly/1wdbIG1
Master art forger shares how he does it.
Living With Van Gogh: The Chinese workers copying from the masters Dissident Artist Ai Weiwei Takes On The Chinese State https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVRGtJIsaCc Shield and Spear - Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDJ3GldiTG0 The Art Foundry - Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vo5klegMlzU Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=59837 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures In Southern China a village of artists are creating copycat paintings from...
A documentary featuring an interview with Eric Hebborn at his home in Italy. Eric Hebborn (1934-1996) was a British painter and art forger and later an author. On January 8, 1996, Eric Hebborn was found lying in a street in Rome, his skull crushed with a blunt instrument. He died three days later in the hospital on January 11, 1996.
Han van Meegeren was the most successful and the most influential art forger ever. Meegeren (10 October 1889 in Deventer, Overijssel - 30 December 1947 in Amsterdam) was a Dutch painter and portraitist, who decided to prove his talent to the critics by forging paintings of some of the world's most famous artists, including Frans Hals, Pieter de Hooch, Gerard ter Borch and Johannes Vermeer. He so well replicated the styles and colours of the artists that the best art critics and experts of the time regarded his paintings as genuine and sometimes exquisite. The specialty of Meegeren was Vermeer. With his fakes after Vermeer he amassed a fortune worth more than half a billion dollars in today's currency. His most successful forgery was Supper at Emmaus, created in 1937, which later sold for a...
In the days of the Great Renaissance and Baroque Masters, young painters learned their trade by copying the works of others. This is still practiced at many art schools around the world - but copying as such can be interpreted as forgery. Adam Lowe is an artist who reproduces faultless replicas of the old masters - but the police are not after him.
Born in Britain, art critic Brian Sewell (1931-2015) wrote for the "London Evening Standard" and made numerous television appearances throughout his distinguished media career. He was known for his outspoken and erudite reviews of art. [Listener: Christopher Sykes]
Painting Village (2006): If you fancy an old master but don't want to pay millions, Dafen, China, is the place to go. For a few dollars, the 'painter workers' will whip you up whatever you fancy. The village already supplies 600 galleries. For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=56448 Just 17 years ago, Dafen was a rural backwater. Then art entrepreneur Huang Jiang moved in. "I needed lots of people to work for me. Here was a whole village", he explains. By applying China's production line techniques to art and training lots of artists, he has boosted the town's turnover to $22 million p.a. Orders come in from around the world. Produced by ABC Australia. Ref - 3148 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, expl...
www.avrotros.nl/hetgeheimvandemeester Oude meesters kopiëren was ooit hip en had tot 1945 niks met vervalsen te maken. In het authentieke atelier van zijn grootvader vertelt restaurator Michel van de Laar over zijn opa die kopiist was in een tijd dat het mode was om een kopie in je huis te hebben. Zelfs de musea bestelden ze. Volg ons ook op: http://facebook.com/AVROTROS.Kunst http://twitter.com/avrotroskunst http://instagram.com/avrotroskunst
It's being billed the art crime of the century. According to reports, experts believe a recent group of forgeries of Old Master paintings on the market have cost unsuspecting collectors more than $250 million dollars.
Was the most expensive painting ever sold at auction a fake? This award-winning documentary explores the authenticity of the Sunflowers painting by Vincent van Gogh, bought in the late 1980s for a then record sum by a Japanese insurance company. In 2002, the painting went on public exhibition alongside an undisputedly genuine version of Sunflowers, raising once again the questions so vividly posed in this film.
He’s the master-forger, famous for duping the art world for 30 years and flooding the market with thousands of fakes. His Picassos, Matisses and Chagalls sold for millions, were authenticated by art experts and remain on the walls of many galleries and museums. In this remarkable film, which screened in French cinemas for months, Ribes tell everything. It’s a story of phony widows, false heirs and unscrupulous traders and last but not least, how he was able to fool everyone for so long. Click here to watch film in full: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/agenuineforger Follow us on TWITTER - https://twitter.com/java_films Like us on FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/JavaFilms
Tony Tetro was the world's greatest art forger in the 1970's and 1980's. In a career spanning over 30 years, Tetro forged works by old and contemporary masters in every genre. From Chagall to Rembrandt to Dali to Rothko, his extraordinary talent was to create works so real, so plausible, that they appeased even the closest scrutiny of the most discerning eyes. In 1989, Tetro was convicted of art forgery in a show trial in Los Angeles. He was released from jail in 1994. Currently he executes master copies for an exclusive list of elite clients from his studio in Southern California. Filmed and Edited by Sparkle Films In Association with www.sparklefilms.net Produced by Cory Sparkuhl and Nicholas Walker www.facebook.com/sparklefilms
Dominic Smith heavily researched art and forgery for his new novel The Last Painting of Sara de Vos, and explains just how to go about forging a painting, in particular a Dutch Golden Age painting. The Last Painting of Sara de Vos is a dazzling and mesmerising story that charts the collision course between a rare landscape by a female Dutch painter of the golden age, an inheritor of the work in 1950s Manhattan, and a celebrated art historian who painted a forgery of it in her youth. This is a literary novel of breathtaking scope, ambition and achievement, learn more and read an extract here: http://www.thingsmadefromletters.com/2016/04/06/critical-and-bookseller-love-for-the-last-painting-of-sara-de-vos/
Tips by Dr. Mark Sublette an art expert on how to spot fake artwork. Learn the keys when buying artwork of what to look for and questions to ask. Learn what forgers do to fake paintings to look important. Website: http://www.medicinemangallery.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/medicinemangallery Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/medicinemangallery
Counterfeit furniture, porcelain and paintings account for half of the antiques market. About 60 percent of paintings examined by experts are exposed as fakes. Watch this report about how antiques experts identify forgeries. Click on the links to see what is forged most often and what external indicators enable you to tell a forged item from a real one. http://en.rian.ru/video/20130502/180780292/How-to-Tell-the-Difference-between-Real-and-Counterfeit-Art.html
According to police in Austria, a gang of criminals trying to sell a stash of forgeries by the likes of Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet for 72 million euros has been busted. Vincenz Kriegs-Au, a spokesman from Austrian federal police, told NBC News on Tuesday, "Many of the replicas had forged signatures and made-up certificates of authenticity. One certificate was allegedly signed by Picasso's son." He said federal police confiscated 14 paintings supposedly by Pablo Picasso and Emil Nolde in a sting operation earlier this year. Since then, 66 more forged pieces by famous painters such as Monet, Picasso, Gustav Klimt and Kadinsky were found at a house in Slovenia. http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/fake-picasso-bust-cops-nab-ring-selling-forged-masterpieces-n679531?cid=public-rss_20161108 htt...
Nicky Philipps, a portrait artist renowned for her pictures of the royal family, has asked the Fake or Fortune team to investigate a painting which hangs on the walls of Picton Castle, once the Philipps family seat. The work was bought in the 1930s by Nicky's great-grandfather, Sir Laurence Philipps, who believed it to be by celebrated impressionist Pierre Auguste Renoir. But the painting has been dogged by doubt for half a century, and two art world authorities can't agree whether it's genuine or fake.