From art forgers to fake art history

Art forgers are just fancy burglars, swindlers who make a living out of faking art. Art scholars could be art history forgers when their coherence is lost.

Fake Art in times of Fake News: the case of Leonardo’s “Salvator Mundi”

by María Magdalena Ziegler  "Fake News" is probably one of the most used terms in social networks these days. But a competition is now coming up close. On October 19th, Chicago Art Institute expressed that Trump's bragged Renoir's was not such. Art Institute spokeswoman Amanda Hicks said the painting of the French painter called "Two sisters on a …

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In search of David (and Part V)

Final part of the story of one of the most famous sculptures of the History of Art.

In search of David (Part IV)

Thrid part of the story of one of the most iconic sculpture of the history of art.

In search of David (Part III)

Get closer to the story of this famous statue made from the impossible.