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Art Forgery


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Frank Arnau. The Art of the Faker: Three Thousand Years of Deception. Little, Brown. 1961. 364pp.

Alice Beckett. Fakes: Forgery and the Art World. R. Cohen Books. 1995. 176pp.

Aviva Briefel. The Deceivers: Art Forgery and Identity in the Nineteenth Century. Cornell University Press. 2006. 243pp.

Denis Dutton. The Forger's Art: Forgery and the Philosophy of Art. University of California Press. 1985. 250pp.

Stuart James Fleming. Authenticity in Art: The Scientific Detection of Forgery. Crane, Russack. 1976. 164pp.

Thomas Hoving. False Impressions: The Hunt for Big-time Art Fakes. Simon & Schuster. 1996. 366pp.

Jon Huer. The Great Art Hoax: Essays in the Comedy and Insanity of Collectible Art. Popular Press. 1990. 173pp.

Lawrence Jeppson. The Fabulous Frauds: Fascinating Tales of Great Art Forgeries. Weybright and Talley. 1970. 338pp.

Fritz Mendax. Translated by H. S. Whitman. Art Fakes and Forgeries. Philosophical Library. 1956. 222pp. Translation of Aus der Welt der Fälscher.

John Francis Moffitt. Art Forgery: The Case of the Lady of Elche. University Press of Florida. 1995. 324pp.

Oscar White Muscarella. The Lie Became Great: The Forgery of Ancient Near Eastern Cultures. E. J. Brill. 2000. 540pp.

Sándor Radnóti. The Fake: Forgery and Its Place in Art. Rowman & Littlefield. 1999. 245pp.

George Savage. Forgeries, Fakes and Reproductions: A Handbook for the Art Dealer and Collector. Barrie and Rockliff. 1963. 312pp.

Sepp Schüller. Forgers, Dealers, Experts: Adventures in the Twilight of Art Forgery. A. Barker. 1960. 200pp.

Ronald D. Spencer (editor). The Expert Versus the Object: Judging Fakes and False Attributions in the Visual Arts. Oxford University Press. 2004. 241pp.

Christopher Wright. The Art of the Forger. Dodd, Mead. 1985. 160pp.

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