Tuesday, January 11, 2005

A Real Forgery

Hey there Gaddis-bloggers. I though the group might find some interest in this news story.

In 1997 the Art Newspaper ran a major investigative story headlined "At
least forty-five van Goghs may well be fakes."

The book that occasioned the story, by eminent van Gogh scholar Jan
Hulsker, questioned the authenticity of numerous paintings and drawings, some of
the Dutch master's most famous images among them. Since then, experts around the world, especially in the Netherlands, have striven to sort out van Gogh's oeuvre
definitively, a process that continues.

The article details information on some Van Gogh paintings that may be fakes and how researchers are trying to determine the real from the forged.

2 Comments:

Blogger Tito said...

Any updates from the powers that are regarding reading schedule, etc... I am sitting on 342 (just after golden shower).

January 11, 2005 at 3:18 PM  
Blogger Scott Esposito said...

GDC has fallen on hard times. I may have to switch main gaddis-blogging chores to CR.

January 12, 2005 at 5:56 PM  

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