Louise Murray (2021). Art attack: spot the forgery. E&T. 18 August.
Tobias Carroll (2021). Art Forger Sells Over $1 Million in Paintings, Pleads Guilty. Inside Hook. 14 August.
Flattery or forgery? The Clark's 'Durer and After' takes a close look at the fine line that separates the two( )
Jennifer Huberdeau (2021). Flattery or forgery? The Clark's 'Durer and After' takes a close look at the fine line that separates the two. The Berkshire Eagle. 13 August.
Paul Peachy (2021). Qatari sheikh loses battle over $5.2m 'fake' ancient artefacts. The National News. 10 August.
Claire Selvin (2021). Attempted $14.7 M. Sale of Fake Works by Goya, Modigliani, and El Greco Comes to Light in Spain. ARTnews. 29 March.
Heather Eastwood (2021). Best Friends Convicted After Selling Bogus Paintings for Millions. Trill! Magazine. 21 March.
Bijan Stephen (2021). NFT Mania is here. And so are the scammers. The Verge. 20 March.
Alex Greenberger (2021). Hermitage to Research History of Fabergé Objects at Center of Forgery Claims. Artnet News. 17 March.
Steven Staryk (2021). Steven Staryk on violin and bow forgeries. The Strand. 16 March.
Susan Moore (2021). Made You Look – a Netflix doc that should terrify art collectors. Apollo. 16 March.
Yuna Park (2020). Fake painting scandal of Lee Ufan continues: report. Korea Herald. 12 December.
Eileen Kinsella (2020). Stolen 30 Years Ago and Replaced With a Forgery Is Finally Returning to Its Original Owner. ArtNet News. 11 December.
Geraldine Fabrikant (2020). The World's Most Glamorous Quarantine Project. The New York Times. 28 November.
David Sanderson (2020). Strange case of the art dealer, the tech billionaire, his email and Picasso's lover. The Sunday Times. 24 November.
'The law has to fall on someone': Seller of allegedly fake Frans Hals must pay Sotheby's $5.3m for cancelled sale, judge insists( )
Vincent Noce (2020). 'The law has to fall on someone': Seller of allegedly fake Frans Hals must pay Sotheby's $5.3m for cancelled sale, judge insists. The Art Newspaper. 24 November.
Gordon Govier (2020). Where Are the Other Fake Fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls?. Christianity Today. 23 November.
Vincent Noce (2020). Seller contests having to repay Sotheby's for allegedly forged Frans Hals. The Art Newspaper. 16 November.
A Hedge-Fund Manager Whose Company Sold a Fake Frans Hals at Auction Is Appealing a Court Order to Return $6 Million to Sotheby's( )
Sarah Cascone (2020). A Hedge-Fund Manager Whose Company Sold a Fake Frans Hals at Auction Is Appealing a Court Order to Return $6 Million to Sotheby's. ArtNet News. 16 November.
Eleanor Ainge Roy (2020). Tribute work to New Zealand's most famous artist sold in London as original. The Guardian. 13 November.
Riah Pryor (2020). The devil is in the paperwork—don't be caught out by provenance fraud. The Art Newspaper. 11 November.
Art Forger Han van Meegeren Fooled the World Into Believing His Fake Vermeers. A New Film Unpacks His Bag of Tricks( )
Karen Chernick (2020). Art Forger Han van Meegeren Fooled the World Into Believing His Fake Vermeers. A New Film Unpacks His Bag of Tricks. ArtNet News. 10 November.
Sam Ben-Meir (2020). Film Review: The Last Vermeer. San Diego Jewish World. 10 November.
Two Van Gogh fakes in Washington? Strong evidence produced against early drawings at the National Gallery of Art( )
Martin Bailey (2020). Two Van Gogh fakes in Washington? Strong evidence produced against early drawings at the National Gallery of Art. The Art Newspaper. 30 October.
Amanda Kooser (2020). Cryptic Nebra sky disk might not be so ancient after all, say scientists. CNet. 4 September.
Mark Brown (2020). 'Fake' Rembrandt came from artist's workshop and is possibly genuine. The Guardian. 30 August.
Adrian Horton (2020). Driven to Abstraction: the inside story of a $60m art forgery hoax. The Guardian. 28 August.
David Sanderson (2020). Top forger Max Brandrett is a victim of his own success. The Times. 15 August.
Ariel David (2020). After Dead Sea Forgeries Exposed, How Do We Know the Scrolls in Israel Are Authentic?. Haaretz. 12 August.
Amy Weiss-Meyer (2020). What Ever Happened to the Gospel of Jesus's Wife?. The Atlantic. 11 August.
Candida Moss (2020). How a Star Harvard Professor Got Suckered by `Jesus' Wife'. Daily Beast. 10 August.
Lucy Davis (2020). The Rembrandt hunter: meet the Dutch dealer who is shaking up the art world. The Telegraph. 6 August.
George S. Colpitts (2020). Viewpoint: The Case of the Forged Persian Antiquities. Claims Journal. 31 July.
Damien Fisher (2020). New Hampshire mother and son in art fraud case want $250 million. Manchester Ink Link. 13 May.
Daily Sabah (2020). 500-year-old handwritten Bibles seized near Turkey-Greece border. Daily Sabah. 12 May.
AFP (2020). British Museum intercepts Mesopotamian fakes. Dawn. 7 May.
Melissa Gronlund (2020). As looting slows, counterfeit antiquities are on the rise. The National. 6 May.
`It's the First Domino': After the Museum of the Bible Discovered Its Dead Sea Scrolls Are Fake, the Field Braces for More Revelations( )
Sarah Cascone (2020). `It's the First Domino': After the Museum of the Bible Discovered Its Dead Sea Scrolls Are Fake, the Field Braces for More Revelations. ArtNet News. 16 March.
Daniel Victor, Christine Hauser (2020). California Man Pleads Guilty in $6 Million Art Fraud Case. The New York Times. 13 March.
Jim Sanborn's exhibition `Looted?' explores authenticity and forged antiquity through Cambodian artwork( )
Danielle Mullan (2020). Jim Sanborn's exhibition `Looted?' explores authenticity and forged antiquity through Cambodian artwork. The Lafayette. 13 March.
Max Horberry (2020). The Artist Beneath the Art Forger. The New York Times. 21 February.
Jessica Gelt (2020). A Gauguin sculpture that wasn't, and the sleuth whose fight with the Getty isn't over. Los Angeles Times. 5 February.
Jo Lawson-Tancred (2019). In defence of the catalogue raisonné. Apollo. 5 August.
AFP (2019). German auction house pulls 26 'Hitler paintings' on forgery fears. France 24. 7 February.
Police Accuse Italy's Former Culture Minister of Authenticating Fake Works by Late Avant Garde Artist Gino De Dominicis( )
Henri Neuendorf (2019). Police Accuse Italy's Former Culture Minister of Authenticating Fake Works by Late Avant Garde Artist Gino De Dominicis. ArtNet News. 6 February.
Christina Ruiz (2019). Enigmatic Gino De Dominicis subject of complex fakes investigation in Italy. The Art Newspaper. 5 February.
Daily Sabah (2019). 1,200-year-old Bible seized in southeastern Turkey's Diyarbakır. Daily Sabah. 5 February.
Benjamin Sutton (2019). An Old Masters scholar claims a 15th-century painting at the U.K.'s National Gallery is a forgery.. Artsy. 4 February.
David Crossland (2019). Art market `turns blind eye' to Hitler fakes. The Times. 3 February.
Stacy M. Brown (2019). Forgeries of African American Art on the Rise. Los Angeles Sentinel. 17 January.
Anna Louie Sussman (2018). “Sophisticated” Art Collectors Are Facing Less Sympathetic Courts. Artsy. 29 December.
Javier Pes, Eileen Kinsella (2018). These Are The 12 Biggest Controversies That Rocked the Art World in 2018. ArtNet News. 28 December.
ANSA (2018). Artemidorus papyrus is a fake - probe. ANSA. 10 December.
TASS (2018). Rostov Kremlin museum seeks to solve art forgery in dialogue with US, Greek museums. TASS. 8 November.
Vincent Noce (2018). US court orders collector to repay Sotheby's $1.2m for Parmigianino fake. The Art Newspaper. 8 November.
Steve Bird (2018). Rival auction houses to share research as authenticity of painting hangs in the balance. The Telegraph. 3 November.
Malcolm Choat, Rachel Yuen-Collingridge (2018). Unearthing museum fakes is critical for setting the historical record straight. Lighthouse. 2 November.
AFP (2018). Finnish couple jailed over 13m euro art forgery scam. Dunya News. 31 October.
Ariel David (2018). Dead Sea Scroll Fakes Abound, and Scholars Admit They Share the Blame. Haaretz. 28 October.
Cyprus Mail (2018). Man remanded for selling fake antiquities. Cyprus Mail. 6 October.
The Onion (2018). Art Experts Confirm Guggenheim Museum A Forgery. The Onion. 5 October.
Munir Ahmed (2018). Art or fakes at PNCA?. Daily Times. 2 October.
Sarah Page (2018). Secrets of a master forger ... fake or fortune?. The West Sussex County Times. 19 September.
Stephen Wallis (2018). The Science of Uncovering Forged Paintings. Town and Country. 17 September.
TNN (2018). Idol wing starts probe at Srirangam. The Times of India. 7 September.
Scott Thompson (2018). Blockchain to stamp out art crime, Thomas Crown Art. Coin Rivet. 3 September.
Associated Press (2018). Louvre Abu Dhabi postpones display of world's most expensive painting. The Guardian. 3 September.
Deborah Bonello (2018). Mexican historians prove authenticity of looted ancient Mayan text. The Telegraph. 31 August.
Paul Schrodt (2018). How the Former Billionaire Known as 'Catwoman' Went Bankrupt With $0 in Her Bank Account. Time. 17 July.
YLE (2018). Prison sentences and million-euro-damages for art forgery gang. YLE. 12 July.
Dale Berning Sawa (2018). Watch the throne: why artist Thierry Oussou faked an archaeological dig. The Guardian. 9 July.
Guillaume Goudreau (2018). Counterfeit versions of $10,000 Super Bowl rings intercepted by US border control officers. Illicit Trade News Network. 5 July.
Vincent Noce (2018). Old Master saga: expert hired by vendor to prove Saint Jerome's authenticity says it is a fake. The Art Newspaper. 3 July.
James Tarmy (2018). Meet the expert who will destroy the value of your art for free. The Malaysian Reserve. 2 July.
Leila Amineddoleh (2018). How Museums Handle Forgeries in Their Collections. Artlyst. 10 May.
Douglas Quan (2018). Picture-perfect forgery? Art world awaits court decision on alleged fake Norval Morrisseau painting. National Post. 20 April.
Joe Castaldo (2018). How allegations of a forgery ring are threatening Norval Morrisseau's legacy. Maclean's. 15 April.
Nicholas Handy (2018). Expert opines that paintings in art fraud case are forgeries. Monadnock Ledger-Transcript. 12 April.
Ahmed Bani Mustafa (2018). 'Jordan Codices' proven fake — DoA. The Jordan Times. 7 April.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Unknown or Unreal? The Shadow on Some Russian Avant-Garde Art. The New York Times. 6 April.
Rachael Hocking (2018). 'Cultural genocide': Flood of fake art threatens Indigenous artists and communities. NITV. 5 April.
Art Dealers Strike Back at Artist Cady Noland in an Increasingly Philosophical Legal Dispute About a Restored Sculpture( )
Julia Halperin (2018). Art Dealers Strike Back at Artist Cady Noland in an Increasingly Philosophical Legal Dispute About a Restored Sculpture. ArtNet News. 5 April.
Mutual Art (2018). How to Tell if your Artwork is Fake. Mutual Art. 4 April.
eKathimerini (2018). German couple nabbed with antiquities, replica workshop. eKathimerini. 3 April.
Nina Siegal (2018). In the Thorny Questions of Authenticity, Who Decides?. Blouin Artinfo. 27 March.
Laurie Rojas (2018). Christian Jankowski fills Berlin auction house with 'fakes'. The Art Newspaper. 27 March.
Sarah Cascone (2018). An Instagram-Baiting Museum in Indonesia Is Ripping Off Chris Burden and Yayoi Kusama. ArtNet News. 26 March.
Lydia Pyne (2018). Researcher Makes Controversial Allegation of Archaeological Fraud at Renowned Turkish Site. Hyperallergic. 23 March.
Vivianne Rodrigues, Rob Urban (2018). This Startup Is Using Blockchain to Fight Art Forgers. Bloomberg. 23 March.
John Banks (2018). 'I lied. I cheated,' says woodworker who fooled antiques experts. The Seattle Times. 23 March.
Cryptocurrencies, Explained: How Blockchain Technology Could Solve 3 Big Problems Plaguing the Art Industry( )
Tim Schneider (2018). Cryptocurrencies, Explained: How Blockchain Technology Could Solve 3 Big Problems Plaguing the Art Industry. ArtNet News. 22 March.
Daniel Boffey (2018). Belgian police examine claims Russian art show was full of fakes. The Guardian. 20 March.
Maraya Cornell (2018). Biggest Fake Native American Art Conspiracy Revealed. National Geographic. 15 March.
Case Against the Alleged Mastermind of a Russian Avant-Garde Forgery Ring Ends With Convictions on a Lesser Charge( )
Henri Neuendorf (2018). Case Against the Alleged Mastermind of a Russian Avant-Garde Forgery Ring Ends With Convictions on a Lesser Charge. ArtNet News. 15 March.
India Stoughton (2018). Collectors hunt down forgeries as Arab art market flourishes. Al Monitor. 30 January.
Katie Davis (2018). Belgian museum closes Russian art exhibition amid forgery claims. The Calvert Journal. 29 January.
Noah Charney (2018). How Did the Modigliani Forgeries Make It Into an Exhibition?. Observer. 24 January.
Fake Kandinskys, Malevichs, Jawlenskys? Top curators and dealers accuse Ghent museum of showing dud Russian avant-garde works( )
The Art Newspaper (2018). Fake Kandinskys, Malevichs, Jawlenskys? Top curators and dealers accuse Ghent museum of showing dud Russian avant-garde works. The Art Newspaper. 15 January.
Allison Meier (2018). How a Fake Monster Crept Into our Museums. Hyperallergic. 15 January.
Visitors to Major Modigliani Exhibition Demand a Refund After an Expert Concludes the Majority of Works Were Fake( )
Sarah Cascone (2018). Visitors to Major Modigliani Exhibition Demand a Refund After an Expert Concludes the Majority of Works Were Fake. ArtNet News. 12 January.
Gareth Harris (2018). Twenty Modiglianis seized by police in Genoa are fake, expert confirms. The Art Newspaper. 11 January.
BBC News (2018). Italian police investigate organisers of fake Modigliani show. BBC News. 11 January.
Zak Failla, Joe Lombardi (2018). Man Nabbed At Stewart Airport Following Forged Artwork Investigation. Southwest Dutchess Daily Voice. 11 January.
Nick Squires (2018). Modigliani paintings once thought to be worth tens of millions now denounced as fakes. The Telegraph. 10 January.
Jaimy Jones (2018). Map experts in Clear Lake helped Christie's auction house expose forgery. The Houston Chronicle. 3 January.
Emma Joseph (2018). Whodunnit? Russell-Cotes Museum wants you to help find out at new crime exhibition. Daily Echo. 1 January.
AFP (2017). Dutch experts doubt authenticity of rare 'Hitler' painting. The Japan Times. 28 December.
Andrey Akatov, Yuriy Koryakovskiy (2017). Atomic methods: How to get insight into archeology and identify art forgery. Energy Bangla. 28 December.
Yonhap News Agency (2017). Gov't seeks to toughen up laws to address art forgery. Yonhap News Agency. 26 December.
Daily Sabah (2017). Turkey requests France return tiles stolen from Sultan Selim II's tomb at Hagia Sophia. Daily Sabah. 26 December.
Maggie Gray (2017). Why it's time to talk seriously about digital reproductions. Apollo. 19 December.
Michael Blanding (2017). Why Experts Don't Believe This Is a Rare First Map of America. The New York Times. 10 December.
Ed Yong (2017). How to Tell If a Dinosaur Is Fake. The Atlantic. 8 December.
Nicola Davis (2017). Smuggled fossil 'very weird' new species of amphibious dinosaur, say experts. The Guardian. 6 December.
The Quebec Telegram (2017). Accused of Having Wanted to Sell a Fake Riopelle on eBay. The Quebec Telegram. 23 November.
Sarah Cascone (2017). Artificial Intelligence Can Now Spot Art Forgeries by Comparing Brush Strokes. ArtNet News. 21 November.
Peter Beaumont, Oliver Laughland (2017). Trade in Dead Sea Scrolls awash with suspected forgeries, experts warn. The Guardian. 21 November.
Michael Greshko (2017). Forgeries may hide in Museum of the Bible's dead see scrolls. National Geographic. 19 November.
David D'arcy (2017). Washington's new $500m Museum of the Bible claims 'non-sectarian' mission. The Art Newspaper. 17 November.
Carl Endelking (2017). We Should Toss That $450M da Vinci into a Particle Accelerator. Discover. 17 November.
Hili Perlson (2017). Putting the Con in Constructivism: Russian Avant-Garde Fakes Found in European Museums. ArtNet News. 14 November.
Mark Brown (2017). Fake news: Queen Victoria's Cranach turns out to be the real thing. The Guardian. 14 November.
Matthew Clayfield (2017). Art Fakes Loom Over Modigliani Madness. The Daily Beast. 11 November.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Malevich painting in Düsseldorf state collection exposed as forgery. The Art Newspaper. 10 November.
Architectural Digest (2017). Inside the Underground World of Legal Art Forgery. Architectural Digest. 9 November.
Jason Daley (2017). Most Antiquities Sold Online are Fake or Illegal. Smithsonian. 3 November.
Tim Cornwell (2017). Collectors tackle rise in fake Modern Middle Eastern art. The Art Newspaper. 1 November.
BBC News (2017). Duke's Auctioneers fined over Alfred Wallis fakes. BBC News. 31 October.
Maria Howard (2017). The Most Faked Artists in History. Mutual Art. 31 October.
Bec Mac (2017). Fake art is an epidemic we must stop!. The Au Review. 30 October.
Eleanor Steafel (2017). The Victoria Cross mystery: museum accused of failing to properly investigate missing medal. The Telegraph. 28 October.
Owner of NM jewelry stores pleads guilty to fraudulently selling Filipino-made jewelry as Native American-made( )
Department of Justice (2017). Owner of NM jewelry stores pleads guilty to fraudulently selling Filipino-made jewelry as Native American-made. Cherokee One Feather. 24 October.
Joel Baden Candida Moss (2017). Is An Ancient Text In The Museum of the Bible Real Or Fake?. Daily Beast. 22 October.
A. Srivathsan (2017). The murky trail of stolen antiquities. The Hindu. 21 October.
Gabriella Coslovich (2017). Infamous art forger John Myatt reveals his secret: you have to love the artist. The Sydney Morning Herald. 20 October.
Claire Voon (2017). Trump Continues to Lie About His Fake Renoir. Hyperallergic. 19 October.
The Art Newspaper (2017). Donald Trump's 'Renoir' raises questions. The Art Newspaper. 16 October.
Daily Review (2017). Gabriella Coslovich on Writing the Brett Whiteley Forgery Trial. Daily Review. 15 October.
Louisa Dalton (2017). Forgery of ancient silk leaves chemical footprint. C&EN. 11 October.
Amanda Borschel-Dan (2017). Dead Sea Scrolls scam: Dozens of recently sold fragments are fakes, experts warn. The Times of Israel. 3 October.
The Telegraph (2017). Fraudster who tried to sell fake Greek bowl foiled by Poundland notebook. The Telegraph. 2 October.
Elizabeth Burden (2017). Artists using living proof that their work is genuine. The Times. 2 October.
Ben Ryder Howe (2017). The Surprising Truth About Fake Art and How to Avoid Being Scammed. Town and Country. 25 September.
Isaac Kaplan (2017). We're in the Age of Fake Photos and Videos—Here's How to Spot Them. Artsy. 25 September.
Clive Williams (2017). Global market for forged and stolen artworks is thriving and underpoliced. The Sydney Morning Herald. 21 September.
YLE (2017). NBI: Nine face possible charges in major art forgery case. YLE. 20 September.
Tribune News Service (2017). Antiques smugglers had a free run of state's heritage. The Tribune. 19 September.
Laura Chesters (2017). West London antiques cheat pleads guilty to attempts to defraud auction houses. Antiques Trade Gazette. 13 September.
Artlyst (2017). Ann Freedman The End Or The Beginning For Knoedler's Disgraced Director. Artlyst. 13 September.
Gareth Harris (2017). Forgery: Bona fide or bogus?. Financial Times. 8 September.
Dunfermline Press (2017). Bruce Seals may be fake but 'still important for Scotland's history'. Dunfermline Press. 7 September.
'Fake' Tom Roberts painting bought for £7,500 could sell for £300,000 after BBC show reveals it's genuine( )
Jonathan Pearlman (2017). 'Fake' Tom Roberts painting bought for £7,500 could sell for £300,000 after BBC show reveals it's genuine. The Telegraph. 4 September.
Frances Perraudin (2017). Man who made £30,000 faking Norman Cornish artwork told to repay £1. The Guardian. 22 August.
Sandy Hodson (2017). Judge halts auction of Augusta National green jackets. The Augusta Chronicle. 17 August.
Raychelle Burks (2017). The hunt for Indian yellow. Chemistry World. 10 August.
Why Is Modigliani Catnip for Forgers? The Fakes (and Feuds) Behind One of the Art Market's Most Dangerous Artists( )
Lorena Muñoz-Alonso (2017). Why Is Modigliani Catnip for Forgers? The Fakes (and Feuds) Behind One of the Art Market's Most Dangerous Artists. ArtNet News. 7 August.
Sarah Cascone (2017). One of Knoedler's Rothkos Is Heading to a Museum—for a Forgery Exhibition. ArtNet News. 3 August.
Anil Datta (2017). Slamming sale of fake Sadequains, media asked to raise awareness. The News. 3 August.
Mindy Weisberger (2017). Not a Pretty Picture: Modigliani Exhibit Closes Amid Claims of Forgeries. Live Science. 2 August.
Abigail Cain (2017). From a "Rothko" to a "Renoir," New Exhibit Features Fakes that Fooled the Art World. Artsy. 1 August.
Elisabetta Povoledo (2017). Modigliani Exhibit Closes Early Amid Allegations of Fakes. The New York Times. 19 July.
Andrea Vogt (2017). Genoa closes art exhibition after paintings 'turn out to be fakes'. The Telegraph. 16 July.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Glafira Rosales Ordered to Pay $81 Million to Victims of the Knoedler Art-Fraud Scheme. ArtNet News. 10 July.
Matt Lebovic (2017). Top collector cries foul on Nazi memorabilia trove uncovered in Buenos Aires. The Times of Israel. 5 July.
Amanda Holpuch (2017). Three men charged over Damien Hirst counterfeits that sold for $400,000. The Guardian. 19 June.
Christopher Hawtree (2017). The forger who fooled the art world. The Spectator. 17 June.
Jed Lipinski (2017). NOPD arrests reputed art forger wanted in New York. The Times-Picayune. 15 June.
Springer (2017). Imaging helps to spot fake ancient daggers. Science Daily. 12 June.
Todd Bookman (2017). Judge Declines To Dismiss Art Forgery Case Involving Former Franklin Pierce Professor. New Hampshire Public Radio. 12 June.
Claire Voon (2017). Discovery or Hoax? News Site Claims Caravaggio Painted Leonardo's Portrait. Hyperallergic. 9 June.
Alister Browne (2017). The fine art of forgery to be on display. Manawatu Standard. 7 June.
Colleen Walsh (2017). Skip the fake, snag the masterpiece. Harvard Gazette. 5 June.
Associated Press (2017). Gallery owner alleges major US Western art sale defamed him. The Daily Mail. 3 June.
Haeryun Kang (2017). One of S Koreas Most Famous Paintings, but by Whom?. Korea Exposé. 2 June.
Luke Sproule (2017). REVEALED: The fake portrait among Ashmolean masterpieces. The Oxford Times. 30 May.
Simon Parkin (2017). 'I wasn't cock-a-hoop that I'd fooled the experts': Britain's master forger tells all. The Guardian. 27 May.
Catherine Shaw (2017). Stolen moments: Taryn Simon on customs, counterfeits and the Russian media. Wallpaper. 26 May.
Michigan Radio (2017). Fake relics "found" in Michigan at turn of century still provoke interest. Michigan Radio. 25 May.
Claudia Capos (2017). True or 'Valse'? Eccentric art museum features genuine fakes.. The Boston Globe. 19 May.
The Economist (2017). Numismatics—acquiring old coins—outperforms other investments. The Economist. 18 May.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Injecting Your Painting With Synthetic DNA Could End Art Forgery as We Know It. ArtNet News. 15 May.
Dayla Alberge (2017). It ain't me babe: Dealer uncovers Dylan art forgery. The Guardian. 11 May.
Hurriyet Daily News (2017). Ancient stele turns out to be fake. Hurriyet Daily News. 11 May.
Sarah Cascone (2017). A New Particle Accelerator Will Help Identify Art Forgeries, Because Science. ArtNet News. 10 May.
Marsha Lederman (2017). A Group of Seven mystery. The Globe and Mail. 6 May.
Milton Esterow (2017). The Art Market's Modigliani Forgery Epidemic. Vanity Fair. 1 May.
John Smith (2017). Man who faked well-known artwork arrested by National Police. EuroWeekly. 27 April.
SBS (2017). Wendy Whiteley stunned by forgery case acquittals. SBS. 22 April.
Julia Halperin (2017). Nowhere to hide: new tool brings technical firepower to the fight against fraudsters. The Art Newspaper. 21 April.
Michael Braun (2017). Fallout from Cape Coral art forger could last years, FBI says. News-Press. 20 April.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Alec Baldwin's Lawsuit Against Mary Boone Heads to Trial. ArtNet News. 20 April.
Yonhap News Agency (2017). Gallery operator, painter indicted for counterfeiting artist's works. Yonhap News Agency. 18 April.
Yonhap News Agency (2017). Nat'l museum pushes ahead with exhibit to show Chun Kyung-ja's 'Beautiful Woman'. Yonhap News Agency. 18 April.
Kanagawa officials turn to police after failing to locate Munakata woodblock print replaced with a photocopy( )
The Japan Times (2017). Kanagawa officials turn to police after failing to locate Munakata woodblock print replaced with a photocopy. The Japan Times. 18 April.
North-West Evening Mail (2017). Fake money was part of everyday life in Roman Cumbria. North-West Evening Mail. 17 April.
Artlyst (2017). Knoedler Gallery Rothko Forgery Case Settles With Casino Owner. Artlyst. 13 April.
Caroline Elbaor (2017). FBI Warns There Could Be Hundreds More Fake Postwar Paintings by Forgery Mastermind. ArtNet News. 10 April.
FBI (2017). Forging Papers to Sell Fake Art. FBI. 6 April.
Don Debenedictis (2017). LA Gallery Says It Was Sold Forged Warhols. Courthouse News Service. 6 April.
Daily Sabah (2017). Turkish gendarmerie confiscate smuggled Picasso painting in Erzurum. Daily Sabah. 6 April.
Regin Olimberio (2017). Fake Dead Sea Scrolls Sold In The US: Products Of Sophisticated Archeological Forgeries. The Science Times. 4 April.
Owen Jarus (2017). 28 New Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments Sold in US. Live Science. 4 April.
Noah Charney (2017). The secret lives of works of art: What percentage of a museum's holdings are likely to be fakes?. Salon. 2 April.
Sara Hamdan (2017). Lawsuits, forgeries and family feuds: The afterlives of famous artists. CNN. 31 March.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Court Orders Antiques Dealer to Pay Gallerist $1.1 Million Over Fake Renoir in Bizarre Trial. ArtNet News. 31 March.
Isabel Vincent (2017). Art dealer knocks 'phony' King David sculpture displayed in the Met. New York Post. 26 March.
AFP (2017). Priceless Van Goghs or just plain art?. The Daily Mail. 16 March.
Natalie Zarrelli (2017). The Forged 'Ancient' Statues That Fooled the Met's Art Experts for Decades. Atlas Obscura. 16 March.
Stephanie Dieckvoss (2017). Why everyone's talking about forensics in the art market. Apollo. 15 March.
Nina Siegal (2017). Shadow of Old Masters' Forgeries Hangs Over an Art Fair. The New York Times. 15 March.
Comment: Scholarly research is flourishing but curators' ability to judge an object's quality is not( )
Mark Jones (2017). Comment: Scholarly research is flourishing but curators' ability to judge an object's quality is not. The Art Newspaper. 13 March.
After finding forgeries of his work across Orange County, artist wages court fight against Newport billionaire( )
Penny Arevalo (2017). After finding forgeries of his work across Orange County, artist wages court fight against Newport billionaire. The Orange County Register. 10 March.
The Jordan Times (2017). Antiquities agency chief says Jordan Codices fake. The Jordan Times. 9 March.
Daan van Lent (2017). Four Tefaf art dealers in disrepute due to potential forgeries. NRC. 8 March.
Peter S. Goodman (2017). As Dubai's Skyline Adds a Trophy, the Architect Calls It Stolen. The New York Times. 8 March.
Lindy Laird (2017). No takers for large collection of works belonging to art forger. The Northern Advocate. 7 March.
Bill Glass (2017). 5 Art Market Misdeeds With Impressive Provenance. Artlyst. 28 February.
Todd Bookman (2017). Cheshire County Mother and Son Accused of Art Forgery Appear in Federal Court. NHPR. 28 February.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Sotheby's catalogue mistakenly includes work forged by Wolfgang Beltracchi. The Art Newspaper. 24 February.
John Smith (2017). Guardia Civil arrest a gang involved in producing and selling fake paintings. EuroWeekly. 23 February.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Collector Shelley Rubin Says She Was Duped Into Buying $18 Million Worth of Fake Jewels. ArtNet News. 22 February.
Nicholas Handy (2017). Plaintiff argues against Gascards' motion to dismiss art forgery case. Monadnock Ledger-Transcript. 22 February.
World's most infamous art forger legally sells fake Lowry-style paintings at auction for triple the expected value( )
Paul Harper (2017). World's most infamous art forger legally sells fake Lowry-style paintings at auction for triple the expected value. The Sun. 21 February.
Artlyst (2017). The Rise Of Fake And Forged Works Of Egyptian Modern Art. Artlyst. 19 February.
Graham Bowley (2017). Has the Art Market Become an Unwitting Partner in Crime?. The New York Times. 19 February.
Reuters (2017). Michigan Art Dealer Gets Three Years in Prison for Selling Fake Paintings. NBC. 16 February.
Michelle Z. Donahue (2017). New Dead Sea Scrolls Find May Help Detect Forgeries. National Geographic. 14 February.
Melanie Gerlis (2017). Why auctioneers are buying into forensics. The Art Newspaper. 13 February.
Alex Capon (2017). Bolton saleroom offer convicted faker's 'Lowry' imitations. Antiques Trade Gazette. 10 February.
Daily Sabah (2017). 5 detained in Turkey for attempting to sell painting claimed to be Picasso's work. Daily Sabah. 9 February.
Lexology (2017). Stopping the fake indigenous art flood when does cultural appropriation become theft?. Lexology. 7 February.
Colin Gleadell (2017). A Scarred Battlefield: forgery at work?. The Telegraph. 7 February.
James Pickford (2017). Sotheby's heads to court in dispute over 'fake' Old Master. Financial Times. 7 February.
Yonhap News Agency (2017). New document by Chun Kyung-ja says 'Beautiful Woman' is fake. Yonhap News Agency. 7 February.
The Economist (2017). Obituary: J.S.G.Boggs was found dead on January 23rd. The Economist. 4 February.
My grandfather left me a £2million Van Gogh - and we've spent £4k trying to prove it: Couple claim they own a piece from early in the artist's career( )
Kate Pickles (2017). My grandfather left me a £2million Van Gogh - and we've spent £4k trying to prove it: Couple claim they own a piece from early in the artist's career. The Daily Mail. 3 February.
Laura Gilbert (2017). It's time the art market got tough on fakes. The Art Newspaper. 2 February.
Laura Gilbert (2017). No further jail time for Glafira Rosales for her role in $80m Knoedler forgery scandal. The Art Newspaper. 31 January.
Cristina Maza (2017). Angkor revisited: how master craftsmen are forging Khmer antiquities. The Phnom Penh Post. 27 January.
Lizzie Anderson (2017). Three years in prison for man who faked Norman Cornish artworks. The Northern Echo. 24 January.
Bikram Grewal (2017). The Fraudster and the Little Bird. Ahmedabad Mirror. 23 January.
Anna Brady (2017). Old Masters, new scandal, as a 'Parmigianino' painting is deemed a fake. Apollo. 20 January.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2017). Movie director arrested over archaeological paintings theft. Egypt Independent. 20 January.
Xander Landen Sentinel (2017). Former local professor, son, submit motion to dismiss lawsuit in art forgery case. Sentinel Source. 19 January.
Claire Voon (2017). Chinese Authorities Smash Fake Terracotta Warriors Attraction. Hyperallergic. 18 January.
Nina Siegal (2017). Second Old Master Painting a Fake, Sotheby's Says in Lawsuit. The New York Times. 17 January.
Martin Polkinghorne (2017). Angkor what? How Cambodian workshops get away with fake masterpieces. In Daily. 16 January.
YLE (2017). Serial art forger sentenced to two years' probation. YLE. 13 January.
Richard Prince Just Showed Artists a Way to Fight Trump. And May Have Cracked Open a New Contemporary Art Code Too.( )
Jerry Saltz (2017). Richard Prince Just Showed Artists a Way to Fight Trump. And May Have Cracked Open a New Contemporary Art Code Too.. Vulture. 13 January.
Tuoi Tre News (2017). Vietnam woman nabbed for black bronze antique scam. Tuoi Tre News. 11 January.
Todd Bookman (2017). High Art, Wall Street Money, and Forgery Claims Collide in Quiet Corner of N.H.. NPR. 11 January.
Nina Dos Santos (2017). Can you spot the counterfeit painting?. WWLP. 4 January.
Patricia A. Hines (2017). Forged painting backdrop for Stamford gallery opening. Fairfield Citizen. 4 January.
Nibih Bulous (2016). After Islamic State institutionalized looting in Syria, the market for fake antiquities is booming. Los Angeles Times. 31 December.
Sarah Cascone (2016). The 10 Biggest International Art Scandals of 2016. ArtNet News. 30 December.
Rebecca Rosenberg (2016). Miami Heat doctor sues store over fake Russian collectibles. New York Post. 28 December.
Who is the most faked painter in Portugal?
Bruno Horta (2016). Quem é o pintor mais falsificado em Portugal?. Observador. 28 December.
AFP (2016). French art experts blast Seoul over 'fake' painting. Bangkok Post. 28 December.
Kwon Mee-yoo (2016). Art world embroiled in series of forgery scandals. Korea Times. 27 December.
Amah-Rose Abrams (2016). The Year of the Fake: The 8 Biggest Forgery Controversies of 2016. ArtNet News. 27 December.
James Pickford (2016). How art detectives hunt down fakes. Financial Times. 23 December.
The Korea Herald (2016). Chun Kyung-ja's long-disputed artwork declared genuine. Korea Herald. 19 December.
Jason Hernandez (2016). Degas or Dud? What You Can Do if the Artwork You Bought Is a Fake. Daily Business Review. 14 December.
University of Surrey (2016). Jordan lead codices not modern forgeries. Heritage Daily. 9 December.
Max Paradiso (2016). The mystery of the stolen Klimt. BBC News. 8 December.
Adam Sherwin (2016). Sotheby's in 'fake' Fabergé row with billionaire Russian art collector. i News. 6 December.
Robin Pogrebin (2016). Sotheby's Hires Fraud Expert to Start New Research Department. The New York Times. 5 December.
Martin Polkinghorne (2016). Angkor replicated: How Cambodian workshops produce fake masterpieces, and get away with it. Scroll.in. 29 November.
Susan Moore (2016). Why a sleeping hermaphrodite is causing a stir at Christie's. Apollo. 28 November.
Caroline Elbaor (2016). After Anish Kapoor, Another Artist Claims China Copied Her Public Artwork. ArtNet News. 28 November.
Noah Charney (2016). Faking it: Does the forged Vermeer that fooled Goering belong in a museum?. Salon. 28 November.
Joan Altabe (2016). Telling the difference between fake and real Van Gogh's. Blasting News. 27 November.
Janene Pieters (2016). Mosaic-tiled Mexican Skull at Leiden Museum a Fake: Report. NL Times. 25 November.
Karon Kelly (2016). Conman admits £35,000 pitman painter fraud over fake Norman Cornish artwork. Sunderland Echo. 22 November.
Victoria Stapley-Brown Nathalie Eggs (2016). Forgery scandal surrounding Lee Ufan's work grows in Korea with three arrests. The Art Newspaper. 21 November.
Julia Marsh (2016). Alec Baldwin compares buying faux art to a bank robbery. Page Six. 18 November.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2016). Three More Arrested in South Korea for Producing and Selling Lee Ufan Forgeries. ArtNet News. 18 November.
Abigail Cain (2016). "Unprecedented" Van Gogh Sketchbook Controversy, Explained. Artsy. 17 November.
Kim Yu-young (2016). Artist Lee U-fan's forgery scandal continues. Korea Herald. 16 November.
Nigel Hunt (2016). Van Gogh Museum disputes newly discovered sketchbook. CBC. 15 November.
Van Gogh Museum (2016). Found Sketchbook With Drawings Is Not By Van Gogh, According To Van Gogh Museum. Van Gogh Museum. 15 November.
Hili Perlson (2016). Did Michelangelo Start His Career as an Art Forger?. ArtNet News. 10 November.
Bonnie K. Bennett (2016). 'Gospel of Jesus' Wife' Researcher Says Frenzy Distracts from Larger Issues. The Harvard Crimson. 10 November.
Christopher D. Shea (2016). Austrian Authorities Thwart Group Trying to Sell Fake Picassos. The New York Times. 8 November.
STA (2016). Slovenian busted in Austrian investigation into art forgery. STA. 7 November.
Candida Moss (2016). Is Israel's Big New Find a Hoax?. The Daily Beast. 6 November.
Richard Brooks (2016). 'Lead Sea Scrolls' row reopened. The Sunday Times. 6 November.
Bill Sanderson (2016). I think the Met's $95M van Gogh masterpiece is a fake. New York Post. 6 November.
Alex Capon (2016). Debate intensifies over 'Venus' attribution to Cranach. Antiques Trade Gazette. 4 November.
Yonhap News Agency (2016). S. Korean museum rejects French forgery allegations. Yonhap News Agency. 4 November.
Olivia McEwan (2016). Lessons from the Unfolding Old Masters Forgery Scandal. Hyperallergic. 27 October.
Sarah Cascone (2016). Christie's Had 'Doubts' About Frans Hals Forgery and Declined to Sell. ArtNet News. 27 October.
Graham Bowley (2016). Gallery Owner Accuses Alec Baldwin of Dodging Tax in Disputed Art Purchase. The New York Times. 27 October.
Mary Berko (2016). Zimmerli displays counterfeit coins as part of Roman collection. The Daily Targum. 27 October.
Owen Jarus (2016). Ancient Hebrew Papyrus Seized from Looters, But Is It Authentic?. Live Science. 26 October.
Amah-Rose Abrams (2016). Gallery Files Lawsuit Against Agnes Martin Authentication Committee. ArtNet News. 25 October.
Sarah Cascone (2016). TEFAF's Old Master Dealers Weigh In on the Unfolding $255 Million Forgery Scandal. ArtNet News. 24 October.
Maya Margit (2016). A tale of Vermeers, art experts, and the most notorious- forger of the 20th century. I24 News. 21 October.
Dalya Alberge (2016). The art of deception. Financial Times. 20 October.
Eve M. Kahn (2016). Picking Apart 18th-Century French Furniture to Detect Forgery. The New York Times. 20 October.
Maggie Cao (2016). Forgery fiction: literature's fascination with fake art. The Guardian. 19 October.
Laura Gilbert (2016). EWS Former Knoedler director settles lawsuit with casino billionaire over fake Rothko. The Art Newspaper. 19 October.
Graham Bowley (2016). Wall Street Dealmaker Says Professor Took Him for a Ride. The New York Times. 17 October.
Richard Johnson (2016). Alec Baldwin lawsuit is helping dealer sell more art. Page Six. 17 October.
Vincent Noce (2016). Saint Jerome once owned by controversial collector Giulano Ruffini sent for technical tests. The Art Newspaper. 17 October.
Claire Brown (2016). Massive Art Forgery Ring Reinforces Need For Vigilance Among Buyers. Wealth Management. 17 October.
Leonardo Patterson, the art dealer always under suspician
Hassel Fallas (2016). Leonardo Patterson, el comerciante de arte siempre bajo sospecha. La Nación. 16 October.
Copies of Preshispanic art are so exact that they cast doubt on traffickers
Hassel Fallas (2016). Copias de arte prehispánico son tan exactas que hacen dudar a traficantes. La Nación. 16 October.
Natasha Thompson (2016). Help! My Goldie's missing!. The Gisborne Herald. 14 October.
Mary Childs (2016). New old masters reshape the contemporary art market. Financial Times. 14 October.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2016). Versailles Staffers Caught Selling Counterfeit Tickets. ArtNet News. 14 October.
David Brancaccio (2016). What makes a piece of artwork valuable?. Marketplace. 13 October.
Jaime Laya (2016). Beware Red-Eyed internet detectives. Manila Bulletin. 10 October.
Owen Jarus (2016). Are These New Dead Sea Scrolls the Real Thing?. Live Science. 10 October.
Kwon Mee-yoo (2016). Ministry seeks law to fight art forgery crimes. Korea Times. 6 October.
James Pickford (2016). Old Master market reels from Sotheby's fake assessment. Financial Times. 5 October.
Cai Griffiths-Sturge (2016). Banksy fake fools local art fans. JMU Journalism. 5 October.
Natalie Zarrelli (2016). Human Eyes Might Not Notice a Good Forgery, But Computers Could. Atlas Obscura. 5 October.
AFP (2016). Greek police bust 'antiquities smuggling ring'. 7 News. 5 October.
'Moriarty of the Old Master' pulls off the art crime of the century: Market in crisis as experts warn £200m of paintings could be fakes( )
Adam Luck (2016). 'Moriarty of the Old Master' pulls off the art crime of the century: Market in crisis as experts warn £200m of paintings could be fakes. The Daily Mail. 1 October.
Janene Pieters (2016). Stolen painting recovered in Leeuwarden is a fake. NL Times. 22 September.
Graham Bowley (2016). Alec Baldwin Files Suit Accusing Art Dealer of Fraud. The New York Times. 12 September.
Brian Boucher (2016). Opera Gallery Wins $2.4 Million Decision Against Infamous Art Dealer. ArtNet News. 9 September.
New twist in fake antique furniture scandal overshadows opening of Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris( )
Vincent Noce (2016). New twist in fake antique furniture scandal overshadows opening of Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris. The Art Newspaper. 8 September.
Patrick Cockburn (2016). Fake antiquities flood out of Syria as smugglers fail to steal masterpieces amid the chaos of war. The Independent. 6 September.
The Daily Star (2016). Ancient artifact smugglers arrested in south Lebanon. The Daily Star. 3 September.
Mahvash Ali (2016). Author says New Zealanders need to watch out for art crime. Stuff.co.nz. 1 September.
Eleanor Black (2016). Art crime in New Zealand - there's more than you think. Stuff.co.nz. 1 September.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Tourist Sues Manhattan Gallery for $100,000 Sale of Allegedly Fake Art Deco Sculptures. ArtNet News. 1 September.
Mike Heuer (2016). Vegas Memorabilia House Accused of Fraud. Courthouse News Service. 30 August.
Laura Gilbert (2016). What we learned from the Knoedler fakes scandal. The Art Newspaper. 29 August.
Donna Yates (2016). Why should a court decide the authenticity of a living artist's work?. Apollo. 26 August.
BBC News (2016). Artist Peter Doig wins case over painting he said was not his work. BBC News. 24 August.
Tim Cornwell (2016). Almost 70%of smuggled objects seized in Syria and Lebanon are fakes, antiquities chief says. The Art Newspaper. 24 August.
'He's entering the cannon': Richard Diebenkorn Foundation will issue catalogue raisonné this fall with Yale( )
M. H. Miller (2016). 'He's entering the cannon': Richard Diebenkorn Foundation will issue catalogue raisonné this fall with Yale. ArtNews. 18 August.
Noah Charney (2016). Alec Baldwin, the Bait-and-Switch and 'Original Copies'. Observer. 17 August.
Jessie Szalay (2016). Cardiff Giant: 'America's Biggest Hoax'. Live Science. 16 August.
Dushko Petrovitch (2016). Peter Doig Testifies in Bizarre Authentication Trial, Calls Claim Against Him Unethical. ArtNet News. 16 August.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Trial Resumes for Man Accused of Defrauding Art Collecting Widow of $817,000. ArtNet News. 15 August.
Matthew Weaver (2016). Two men arrested over attempted theft of Banksy copy. The Guardian. 15 August.
David Aaronovitch (2016). It takes a hoaxer and a negligent hoaxed for a Piltdown Man. The Australian. 15 August.
Graham Bowley (2016). Paint and Switch? Did Alec Baldwin Pay $190,000 for the Wrong Picture?. The New York Times. 13 August.
Brendan Cormier (2016). The replica factor. Architecture Now. 11 August.
Nora Landes (2016). The Forgery That Earned Michelangelo His First Roman Patron. Artsy. 10 August.
The fraud of the Acámbaro figures
Ivonne Lara (2016). El fraude de las figuras de Acámbaro. Hipertextual. 10 August.
Tim Radford (2016). Forensic examination reveals identity of Piltdown hoax prime suspect. The Guardian. 10 August.
Queensland Police (2016). Ancient gold scam re-emerges. Queensland Police. 8 August.
Lori Rotenberk (2016). Artist Accused of Disowning a Painting Testifies. The New York Times. 8 August.
Pilfered paintings get digital recreation: Korean art kept overseas animated as part of new exhibit going on at DDP( )
Kim Hyung-Eun (2016). Pilfered paintings get digital recreation: Korean art kept overseas animated as part of new exhibit going on at DDP. Korea JoongAng Daily. 8 August.
Victoria Laurie (2016). Daughter reveals motivation for Eddie Burrup art scandal. The Australian. 6 August.
"This painting is not mine"
Stefan Koldehoff (2016). "Dieses Gemälde ist nicht von mir". Zeit Online. 28 July.
Brian Boucher (2016). Knoedler Fakes Give Rise to Diebenkorn Catalogue Raisonné. ArtNet News. 28 July.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Art Demystified: How to Authenticate a Contemporary Artwork. ArtNet News. 22 July.
Lucy Nguyen (2016). Vietnam museum says all paintings fake in high-profile exhibition. Thanh Nien News. 20 July.
Rene Chun (2016). These Four Technologies May Finally Put an End to Art Forgery. Artsy. 18 July.
Artlyst (2016). Lost Lucian Freud Portrait Valued at £300,000 Authenticated By BBC. Artlyst. 18 July.
Alice Vincent (2016). How Lucian Freud and a grudge kept his rival from a fortune. The Telegraph. 12 July.
Georgina Adam (2016). Experts shed light on Modigliani's murky market with new research project. The Art Newspaper. 11 July.
Kwon Mee-yoo (2016). Another Chun Kyung-ja painting suspected of forgery. Korea Times. 11 July.
Graham Bowley (2016). Peter Doig Says He Didn't Paint This. Now He Has to Prove It.. The New York Times. 7 July.
Isaac Kaplan (2016). A Forger Confessed to Faking Millions in Lee Ufan Works—Now the Artist Says They're Real. Artsy. 6 July.
Rain Embuscado (2016). Lee Ufan Refuses Police Request to Confirm 13 Forgeries of His Work. ArtNet News. 5 July.
In an experiment to slow visitors down, British museums are hanging fake art alongside their masterpieces( )
Anne Quito (2016). In an experiment to slow visitors down, British museums are hanging fake art alongside their masterpieces. Quartz. 2 July.
Julia Marsh (2016). Gallery sold Warhol prints with doctored documents: lawsuit. New York Post. 1 July.
TNN (2016). Four students picked up for possessing 'bronze' idol, released. The Times of India. 24 June.
Katie A. Paul (2016). So, Those Cool Souvenirs You Bought on Vacay Might Not Actually Be Legit. Yahoo News. 24 June.
The Korea Herald (2016). Why is Korean art market vulnerable to forgery?. Korea Herald. 21 June.
Associated Press (2016). Hoax? Rome firm claims new Modigliani but offers no evidence. KRQE News. 18 June.
Michaela Boland (2016). Bogus Whiteley paintings: lock up fraudsters, says Swans chief. The Australian. 18 June.
Ariel Sabar (2016). The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus's Wife. The Atlantic. 17 June.
Ariel Sabar (2016). Karen King Responds to 'The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus's Wife'. The Atlantic. 16 June.
Vincent Noce (2016). Meet the man at the centre of the Cranach mystery. The Art Newspaper. 14 June.
Henry Samuel (2016). Scandal strikes Versailles Palace as police detain two top art dealers over 'fake' Louis XV chairs. The Telegraph. 9 June.
Martin Bailey (2016). British doubts over Joan of Arc's ring. The Art Newspaper. 9 June.
Brian Boucher (2016). Korean Art Dealer Indicted for Forged Lee Ufan Paintings. ArtNet News. 8 June.
Buen Pastor: Artworks stolen and fake murals painted
CBA 24 (2016). Buen Pastor: "Robaron las obras y se pintaron murales falsos". CBA 24. 6 June.
TNN (2016). Idol stolen in Tirupur turns out to be fake, three suspected smugglers released. The Times of India. 6 June.
Lincolnshire Echo (2016). Found a rare coin? Beware, it could be a fake. Lincolnshire Echo. 4 June.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2016). Russian art historian cleared of fraud over forgery sale. The Art Newspaper. 27 May.
Priceless antiques missing from Peshawar museum: confrontation between ACE and Directorate of Archaeology( )
Daily Times (2016). Priceless antiques missing from Peshawar museum: confrontation between ACE and Directorate of Archaeology. Daily Times. 25 May.
The News (2016). Inquiry report points out irregularities in Peshawar Museum. The News. 20 May.
Court News (2016). YouTube pranksters jailed after 'terrifying' fake art heist. The Guardian. 16 May.
Vincent Noce (2016). La Bella Principessa: Still and Enigma. The Art Newspaper. 15 May.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Accused Knoedler Forgery Mastermind Gets Postponement for Extradition From Spain. ArtNet News. 13 May.
Robert Mendick (2016). Art forger goes straight selling £5,000 fakes. The Telegraph. 7 May.
Noah Charney (2016). How Not to Buy Stolen, Looted or Forged Art. Observer. 4 May.
Paul Black (2016). Francis Bacon Controversy: Unauthenticated Drawings Go On Sale. Artlyst. 21 April.
Tejshree Savara (2016). The rise of fakes and false attributions in the art world. Tehelka. 19 April.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Former Knoedler Director Ann Freedman Says She Was the 'Perfect Mark'. ArtNet News. 18 April.
Laura Gilbert (2016). Former director of scandal-beset Knoedler Gallery breaks her silence. The Art Newspaper. 18 April.
Gina Fairley (2016). Theft and forgery from Whiteley to Warhol. Arts Hub. 14 April.
The Herald (2016). Manager at flagship hospital given absolute discharge. The Herald. 12 April.
William D. Cohan (2016). Brass Foundry Is Closing, but Debate Over Degas's Work Goes On. The New York Times. 4 April.
Richard Johnson (2016). Trump's vast art collection isn't what it seems. Page Six. 3 April.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Sotheby's Defends Against Strange Claim on a Mysterious Motherwell. ArtNet News. 1 April.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Billionaire Collector Dmitry Rybolovlev Wins Right to Hold Yves Bouvier Trial in Singapore. ArtNet News. 30 March.
Kwon Mee-yoo (2016). Family of deceased artist files suit over museum's claims. Korea Times. 29 March.
Max Aantjes (2016). This Is Not a Banksy: BBC Radio 4. Student Newspaper. 29 March.
Dunya News (2016). Real artifacts stolen, replaced with fake ones at Peshawar museum. Dunya News. 26 March.
Vincent Noce (2016). Smears, counterclaims and lawsuits—the tangled web surrounding Prince of Liechtenstein's Cranach. The Art Newspaper. 24 March.
Daniel Estrin (2016). The Trouble With the Maadana: Could an Israeli national symbol be a fake?. New Republic. 16 March.
John Wilkens (2016). One mystery leads to another. The San Diego Union-Tribune. 12 March.
Jan Dalley (2016). Keeping it real in the art world. Financial Times. 11 March.
Charly Wilder (2016). Nefertiti 3-D Scanning Project in Germany Raises Doubts. The New York Times. 10 March.
Keri Geiger (2016). The Da Vinci Markup? Europe's Art Scandal Comes to America. Bloomberg. 9 March.
Cory Doctorow (2016). Covert scan of museum's Nefertiti bust appears to be hoax. BoingBoing. 8 March.
Vincent Noce (2016). French police seize painting attributed to Cranach, owned by the Prince of Liechtenstein. The Art Newspaper. 4 March.
Dan Duray (2016). Scholarly debate will be stifled after Knoedler. The Art Newspaper. 4 March.
Ryan Steadman (2016). Feds Looking Into Maligned Swiss Art Dealer: Report. Observer. 3 March.
Jonathan Rome (2016). The great Art hoax of Zagreb's Mimara Museum. Examiner. 3 March.
Donna Yates (2016). Illicit antiquities chic? Faux decapitated Buddha heads as decor. Anonymous Swiss Collector. 26 February.
Jennifer Smith (2016). To Detect Fakes, Art Meets Science. The Wall Street Journal. 24 February.
Stealing virgins in León to fake the Mona Lisa
Verónica Viñas (2016). De robar vírgenes en León a plagiar la Gioconda. Diario de León. 23 February.
Rain Embuscado (2016). 12 'Poorly Forged' Lee Ufan Paintings Spark Investigation in South Korea. ArtNet News. 19 February.
Sarah Cascone (2016). Judge Sentences Portland Artist to Jail for Forgery Scheme. ArtNet News. 17 February.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Domenico De Sole Speaks About the Knoedler Fraud Trial. ArtNet News. 17 February.
Alan Clendenning (2016). Extradition to US for Spanish dealer in big art fraud case. Associated Press. 16 February.
The Knoedler Gallery Settlement Is the Biggest Missed Opportunity for Greater Art Market Transparency in 100 Years( )
Leila Amineddoleh (2016). The Knoedler Gallery Settlement Is the Biggest Missed Opportunity for Greater Art Market Transparency in 100 Years. Artsy. 16 February.
David Kahn (2016). More Than Money: Inside the Knoedler Art Fakes Scandal. Observer. 15 February.
Tim Willis (2016). Why the UK replica furniture market is about to be hit by new copyright laws. The Independent. 15 February.
Lizzie Wade (2016). How cat hair brought down a pair of art forgers. Science. 14 February.
Sonu Wasu (2016). Spotting a fake fossil at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show. Tucson News Now. 13 February.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Top 9 Takeaways From Knoedler Forgery Trial. ArtNet News. 12 February.
Artlyst (2016). Fake Warhol Fake Rothko: Who Are The Losers Here. Artlyst. 12 February.
Juliet Ceresole (2016). From Artifice to Artefact. V&A Blog. 10 February.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Experts Say Ann Freedman Likely Settled Due to Surprisingly Damning Evidence. ArtNet News. 9 February.
Raed Omari (2016). Ancient coins were replaced with fakes between 2001-2002 — PM. The Jordan Times. 9 February.
Gabrielle Bruney (2016). Former Dealer of Art Forgeries Exhibits His Own (Legal) Paintings. Vice. 7 February.
Colin Moynihan (2016). Knoedler Gallery Director Settles Lawsuit Over Fake Rothko. The New York Times. 7 February.
Lisa Movius (2016). Chinese artist retracts forgery claims about disputed Hairdressing paintings. The Art Newspaper. 7 February.
Laura Gilbert (2016). Knoedler asked forensic conservator to revise 'negative' report. The Art Newspaper. 5 February.
Lizzie Crocker (2016). Why It's So Hard to Spot a Fake Rothko, Even for His Son. The Daily Beast. 5 February.
Brian Boucher (2016). Art Dealer Is Arrested on Charges of Selling Fake De Kooning Artworks. ArtNet News. 4 February.
Cait Munro (2016). Conservator Found Rothko Painting in Knoedler Trial to Be a 'Deliberate Fake'. ArtNet News. 4 February.
Brian Boucher (2016). Art Historian Jack Flam Bristles on the Stand at Knoedler Fraud Trial. ArtNet News. 3 February.
Alex Johnson (2016). Art Dealer Eric Spoutz Charged With Selling Dozens of Fakes of American Masters. NBC. 3 February.
Rana Husseini (2016). House panel looking into museum artefacts after 400 ancient coins replaced with fakes. The Jordan Times. 3 February.
AFP (2016). Picasso painting seized in Turkey dismissed as fake. Hurriyet Daily News. 2 February.
Maine Antique Digest (2016). Collector Sues over Native American Art Purchases. Maine Antique Digest. 2 February.
France 24 (2016). Arts: le "Picasso" saisi en Turquie serait un faux. France 24. 1 February.
Brian Boucher (2016). Eleanore De Sole Breaks Into Tears During Knoedler Forgery Trial. ArtNet News. 30 January.
Vincent Noce (2016). Van Gogh's Garden at Auvers, once labelled a fake, gets its day in the sun at Royal Academy. The Art Newspaper. 30 January.
Leila Amineddoleh (2016). A Brief History of Art Forgery—From Michelangelo to Knoedler & Company. Artsy. 30 January.
Alexandra Seno (2016). Jackie Chan's bronzes draw critics and vandals to new Taipei museum. The Art Newspaper. 30 January.
Sarah Cascone (2016). Domenico De Sole's Background Questioned on Day Four of Knoedler Forgery Trial. ArtNet News. 29 January.
Thomas Macmillan (2016). Experts Testify They Couldn't Authenticate Knoedler Gallery Paintings. The Wall Street Journal. 28 January.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Sparks Fly at Knoedler Trial as Defrauded Buyer of Fake Rothko Painting Takes Stand. ArtNet News. 27 January.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Richard Diebenkorn's Daughter Challenges Ann Freedman's Story at Knoedler Forgery Trial. ArtNet News. 27 January.
Laura Gilbert (2016). Knoedler fakes trial could be a game-changer for the art market. The Art Newspaper. 25 January.
Graham Bowley (2016). Knoedler Gallery Heads to Trial in Sale of a Fake Rothko. The New York Times. 24 January.
Jennifer Smith (2016). Art-Forgery Trial Set to Begin. The Wall Street Journal. 22 January.
Scott Reyburn (2016). A Name Game With the Old Masters. The New York Times. 15 January.
Megan Garber (2016). When the Forgery Is the Art. The Atlantic. 12 January.
William Boyd (2016). William Boyd: how David Bowie and I hoaxed the art world. The Guardian. 12 January.
Graham Bowley (2016). Up for Auction: Real Art, Owned by a Seller of Forgeries. The New York Times. 8 January.
Claudia Barbieri Childs (2016). Widespread forgery of avant-garde artist exposed at Russian Art Week. The Art Newspaper. 7 January.
Georgina Adam (2016). Owner of purported Monet loses case in French court. The Art Newspaper. 7 January.
Jeff Taylor (2016). The secret to all great art forgeries. The Conversation. 5 January.
Stacy Hsu (2016). Two charged after museum protest. Taipei Times. 1 January.
AFP (2015). Taiwan statues donated by Jackie Chan defaced with anti-China graffiti. The Guardian. 31 December.
Mom Kunthear (2015). Sting Operation Nets Fake Antiquities Peddlers. Khmer Times. 29 December.
Chuck Goudie (2015). Dead men don't sculpt: forgery allegation at Art Institute. ABC United States. 23 December.
Sarah Cascone (2015). Knoedler Forgery Ringleader's Paintings Sold at US Marshal's Auction. ArtNet News. 22 December.
Jennifer Hunter (2015). Cons and connoisseurs — stories of fraud in the art world. The Star. 21 December.
Laura Gilbert (2015). Lawyers battle to tip balance of evidence before Knoedler trial. The Art Newspaper. 21 December.
Candida Moss (2015). Would You Buy the Buddha's Tooth?. The Daily Beast. 20 December.
Kathianne Boniello (2015). Russian foundation wrongfully called $800K painting fake: suit. New York Post. 20 December.
Master forger who fooled world's art experts reveals how he created £444,000 fake statue in garden shed( )
Paul Britton (2015). Master forger who fooled world's art experts reveals how he created £444,000 fake statue in garden shed. Manchester Evening News. 19 December.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Three stolen Egyptian Mameluk-era lamps recovered from London and Sharjah. Ahram Online. 14 December.
Nicholas M. O'Donnell (2015). Recap of "Rethinking Art Authentication" at the New York City Bar. Lexology. 10 December.
Dispute Resolution in Germany (2015). Art Law: French Judgment Against Expert in Max Ernst Forgery Case Set Aside. Dispute Resolution in Germany. 10 December.
Art Historian Werner Spies acquitted in case of fake Max Ernst
Harry Bellet (2015). L'historien d'art Werner Spies innocenté dans l'affaire du faux Max Ernst. Le Monde. 10 December.
Lacey Louwagie (2015). $421,000 in Bogus Indian Art, Collector Says. Courthouse News Service. 10 December.
Tom Mashberg (2015). Antiquities Dealer Leonardo Patterson Faces New Criminal Charges. The New York Times. 8 December.
The Telegraph (2015). Art collector tried to sell fake prints at Sotheby's to fund Brazilian lover's visa. The Telegraph. 7 December.
Maria Konnikova (2015). Born to Be Conned. The New York Times. 5 December.
Patricia Pierce (2015). Are Forgeries Fine Art?. Newsmax. 4 December.
Jennifer Smith (2015). Settlement Reached Over Fake Willem de Kooning Painting. The Wall Street Journal. 3 December.
The Telegraph (2015). Leslie Waddington, art dealer - obituary. The Telegraph. 2 December.
Dan Duray (2015). Can polar bear hair authenticate contested Pollock painting?. The Art Newspaper. 1 December.
Sadie Nicholas (2015). Is this Leonardo da Vinci drawing a £100m masterpiece...or a worthless forgery. Express. 30 November.
Cathy Cañares-Yamsuan (2015). Three fake Manansalas in one month—art forgers are getting bolder, more brazen. Philippine Daily Inquirer. 29 November.
Lisa Wangsness (2015). The case of 'The Gospel of Jesus's Wife' still isn't closed. The Boston Globe. 29 November.
Anne Quito (2015). When is a fake $500 bill worth $15,000? When it's art. Quartz. 28 November.
Woman who found 900-year-old 'Parrot Lady' statue Canada presented to India still convinced it's just a 'nice knock-off'( )
Douglas Quan (2015). Woman who found 900-year-old 'Parrot Lady' statue Canada presented to India still convinced it's just a 'nice knock-off'. National Post. 27 November.
Al Jazeera (2015). China: Faking It. Al Jazeera. 26 November.
In the footsteps of fake Picassos, Goyas, and Benlliures
EFE (2015). Tras los pasos de falsos Picassos, Goyas o Benlliures. Las Provincias. 26 November.
ILNA (2015). Objects of historical interest seized in Tehran. Iran Front Page. 24 November.
Colaboración entre el INAH, la SRE y la PGR, determinante en el fallo condenatorio en contra de Leonardo Patterson( )
Collaboration between INAH, the SRE and the PGR, leads to conviction of Leonardo Patterson
INAH (2015). Colaboración entre el INAH, la SRE y la PGR, determinante en el fallo condenatorio en contra de Leonardo Patterson. INAH. 24 November.
Novia D. Rulistia (2015). Uncontrollable art forgery plagues Indonesia's art scene. The Jakarta Post. 15 November.
Anny Shaw (2015). Experts question the authenticity of a group of works by Jackson Pollock. The Art Newspaper. 9 November.
Ömer Erbil (2015). Museums in Turkey, ministry fight back against forged artifacts. Hurriyet Daily News. 7 November.
Simon Hendery (2015). Fake Lindauer painting kept in cupboard for years before $75,000 Turnbull sale. The Dominion Post. 5 November.
Ian Shapira (2015). Is a $20 auction find a Winslow Homer or a forgery?. The Washington Post. 28 October.
The Dominion Post (2015). Editorial: Lesson for library in 'fake' purchase. The Dominion Post. 23 October.
Laura Gilbert (2015). Have Multi-Million Dollar Forgery Scandals Changed the Art Market for Good?. Artsy. 19 October.
Radio New Zealand (2015). $75,000 wake-up call over fake painting. Radio New Zealand. 19 October.
Cihan Kucuk (2015). Allegedly Fake Joan Mirós Trigger Trials in Turkey. Hyperallergic. 14 October.
Philip Mould (2015). Experts in the field of fakery. The Telegraph. 13 October.
Tony Rehagen (2015). When is a knockoff a rip-off? An Atlanta artist finds the answer with a lawsuit. Atlanta Magazine. 12 October.
Nishikant Karlikar (2015). Senior citizen lured with ancient coins, conned of 2 lakh. The Times of India. 5 October.
Artlyst (2015). Knoedler Gallery Heads Ann Freedman And Michael Hammer Named In Court-case. Artlyst. 4 October.
Carlos Frías (2015). How a fake masterpiece ended up on walls of Florida museum. Palm Beach Post. 4 October.
Erin Hollenbank (2015). Real or forgery? Telling the difference is a fine art. Property Casualty 360. 2 October.
Bath Echo (2015). Chance For Locals To Turn Detective Over Art Forgery. Bath Echo. 1 October.
Bangalore Mirror (2015). Cop dilemma over antique or fake. Bangalore Mirror. 29 September.
Clare Voon (2015). Expert Says M.C. Escher Museum Is Full of Replicas. Hyperallergic. 25 September.
Eleanor Flegg (2015). Treasures... Beware of artful codgers. Irish Independent. 25 September.
Stacy Perman (2015). This is bad news for people who spend millions on art. Fortune. 24 September.
Anthony M. Amore (2015). There Is No Romance in Art Fraud. Huffington Post. 24 September.
Esther Sánchez (2015). Judge probes use of four fake Goyas to fund Madrid hospital. El País. 16 September.
Erika Szymanski (2015). Uncorking wine fraud without opening the bottle. Palate Press. 15 September.
The Telegraph (2015). Gallery 'sold artist's paint spattered carpet' as her own work. The Telegraph. 15 September.
Joel Baden (2015). Why Scientists and Scholars Can't Get Their Facts Straight. The Atlantic. 10 September.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). German Police Crack Down On Booming Online Market for Dada Forgeries. ArtNet News. 8 September.
Art owner discovers his original Andy Warhol prints of Jews worth $350,000 have been stolen from wall of LA movie studio and replaced with fakes( )
Corey Charlton (2015). Art owner discovers his original Andy Warhol prints of Jews worth $350,000 have been stolen from wall of LA movie studio and replaced with fakes. The Daily Mail. 8 September.
Jennifer Saltman (2015). Richmond man pleads guilty to complex Chinese treasure 'gold' scam. The Province. 4 September.
Isabel Gorst (2015). Dispute raises fears for one of world's most unique art museums. The Irish Times. 31 August.
The Economist (2015). The Bean and the Bubble. The Economist. 29 August.
Press Trust of India (2015). Gang dupes promising to sell ancient coin with magical powers. Business Standard. 28 August.
AFP (2015). Painting damaged in Taiwan could be a fake. Sky News. 26 August.
Brian Boucher (2015). French Art Dealer Gailord Bovrisse Slapped with $800,000 Judgment over Fake Chagalls. ArtNet News. 26 August.
Abdujalil Abdurasulov (2015). Row as Uzbekistan art museum director sacked. BBC News. 25 August.
Owen Jarus (2015). Crystal Skulls & Ape-Man Bones: 6 Archaeological Forgeries That Tried to Change History. Live Science. 24 August.
Dalya Alberge (2015). Great art forger continues to ridicule experts from beyond the grave. The Guardian. 24 August.
Benjamin Sutton (2015). A Not-Quite-Great Documentary About the Greatest Art Forger of Our Time. Hyperallergic. 21 August.
Associated Press (2015). Dutch police arrest man suspected of trying to sell fake Van Gogh painting. The Guardian. 21 August.
Ben Kenigsberg (2015). Review: 'Beltracchi: The Art of Forgery' Tells How a Swindler Fooled the World. The New York Times. 18 August.
Felicia Sonmez (2015). 'Cloud Gate'-Gate: Artist Refutes Chicago Mayor over China Art. The Wall Street Journal. 14 August.
The Telegraph (2015). Wigan photography club treasurer accused of forging picture to win competition. The Telegraph. 13 August.
Laura Gilbert (2015). Knoedler gallery and former director quietly settle three claims over fake paintings. The Art Newspaper. 11 August.
Robert Fulford (2015). How a Chinese librarian made $6 million in forged art over two years. National Post. 10 August.
Ronald D. Spencer (2015). What is the Art Law on Authenticating Works by Old Masters?. ArtNet News. 9 August.
AFP (2015). Would the real Manneken Pis please stand up?. The Telegraph. 5 August.
Anthony M. Amore (2015). A most brilliant art world con: A near-perfect scheme, barely unraveled, straight from Hollywood. Salon. 2 August.
Steve Siegel (2015). The story of art forgers is one of fame, money and talent. The Morning Call. 31 July.
Nduta Waweru (2015). Is Art Theft and Copyright Infringement On the Rise?. All Africa. 29 July.
Steven Dubois (2015). Portland man pleads guilty to art-forgery scheme. The Washington Times. 29 July.
Noelle Bodick (2015). Does Cecily Brown Have a Copycat?. Blouin ArtInfo. 28 July.
Margaret Harrist (2015). What Big Data Strategists Can Learn From A Con Artist. Forbes. 27 July.
The Asian Age (2015). Ancient coins missing from Lucknow museum. The Asian Age. 26 July.
Dave Eckert (2015). Artists accuse local gallery of stealing their work. KCTV. 25 July.
Nicola Davison (2015). Chinese librarian replaced 140 masters paintings with works he painted himself. The Telegraph. 21 July.
Associated Press (2015). Man admits swapping classic Chinese artworks for fakes he painted himself. The Guardian. 21 July.
Alanna Martinez (2015). US Returns Looted Artifacts to Iraq—But Are Some Fakes?. Observer. 17 July.
Loveday Morris (2015). Artifacts looted during the Iraq invasion turned up in the house of an Islamic State leader. The Washington Post. 15 July.
Carolina A. Miranda (2015). 'Art of the Con' paints revealing picture of scammed collectors. Los Angeles Times. 9 July.
Liam Thorp (2015). Master forger makes rare appearance to help TV investigation into art fraud. This is Lancashire. 6 July.
Terry Payne (2015). Lowry's paintings are worth a fortune - but can you tell the real ones from the fakes?. Radio Times. 5 July.
Alex Dymoke (2015). The artful dodger: Prolific forger Mark Landis gave all his counterfeit paintings away for free. City AM. 2 July.
Feds: Artist Terry Lee Whetstone Is a Fake Indian Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2015/07/02/feds-artist-terry-lee-whetstone-fake-indian-160941( )
Indian Country Today (2015). Feds: Artist Terry Lee Whetstone Is a Fake Indian Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2015/07/02/feds-artist-terry-lee-whetstone-fake-indian-160941. Indian Country Today. 2 July.
Chuck Chiang (2015). Chinese visitor face charges in ancient art scam. Vancouver Sun. 29 June.
Robert Milburn (2015). From Pollock to Rothko, How to Spot a Fake. Barron's. 26 June.
Steven Morris (2015). Art dealer admits selling fake paintings. The Guardian. 25 June.
Reading Public Museum (2015). 'Intent to Deceive: Fakes and Forgeries in the Art World' at Reading museum. The Mercury. 20 June.
Laura C. Mallonee (2015). NY State Senate Passes Bill Protecting Art Authenticators from Bogus Lawsuits. Hyperallergic. 16 June.
Michael Parsons (2015). Questions over authenticity of Russborough painting. The Irish Times. 16 June.
B. N. Goswamy (2015). The stench of scandal. The Tribune. 14 June.
Blake Gopnik (2015). Giordano's Dürer Forgery—Too Late to Prosecute?. ArtNet News. 8 June.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Two curators arrested in Egypt for forging antiquities. Ahram Online. 2 June.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). German Art Dealer Accused of Fraud in €55 Million China Academy of Art Design Deal. ArtNet News. 26 May.
Brian Bethune (2015). Could art forgeries be even better than the real thing?. Maclean's. 25 May.
James Tarmy (2015). Making millions from art forgery is easier than you think. Financial Review. 22 May.
Obaid Abbasi (2015). Customs foil bid to smuggle Buddha statues. The Express Tribune. 20 May.
Courthouse News Service (2015). Texas Rhino-Horn Smuggler Sentenced. Courthouse News Service. 14 May.
Artlyst (2015). Giacometti Forgery: Art Dealers Stand Trial. Artlyst. 11 May.
Frankie McCamley (2015). Art Forger freed and making millions. BBC News. 10 May.
Monica Hanna (2015). Opinion: You cannot police research. The Cairo Post. 10 April.
Esther Inglis-Arkell (2015). Science Is Still Identifying The Paintings Of The Most Famous Art Forger. io9. 9 April.
Rany Mostafa (2015). Meidum Geese painting authentic: Zahi Hawass. The Cairo Post. 9 April.
Erin Blakemore (2015). This Ancient Egyptian Masterpiece Might Be Fake. Smithsonian. 1 April.
Rana Husseini (2015). Three arrested for defrauding man out of JD200,000 for fake artefacts. The Jordan Times. 1 April.
Tiffany Crawford (2015). Ancient Chinese treasures scam resurfaces in Richmond. Vancouver Sun. 25 March.
Sasha Grishin (2015). Is that a Whiteley? Why collectors buy lousy fakes as masterpieces. Visual Arts Hub. 19 March.
Fake Ancient Egyptian artefact used by Tsar Alexander III of Russia sold to buyer from Denmark at Folkestone auction( )
Matt Leclere (2015). Fake Ancient Egyptian artefact used by Tsar Alexander III of Russia sold to buyer from Denmark at Folkestone auction. Kent Online. 3 March.
Adam Linhardt (2014). Treasure case involving Delaware lawyer in judge's hands. Delaware Online. 28 November.
Martin R. (2014). LARPing Enters the Archaeological Record. Science Blogs. 3 September.
Radio Free Europe (2014). Red Army Flags Stolen By Assailant At Bishkek Museum. Radio Free Europe. 1 September.
Sudha Pillai, Jayanthi Madhukar (2014). Shadow over authenticity of Tagore painting reaches PMO. Bangalore Mirror. 27 July.
Kris Hollington (2014). Outgunned in the Search for Stolen Art. Newsweek. 12 July.
The Guardian (2014). The art collector, a disputed Van Gogh, a weekly paper and the BBC.... The Guardian. 11 July.
BBC News (2014). Van Gogh' painting is not family heirloom, owner admits. BBC News. 9 July.
Eileen Kinsella (2014). Dodgy eBay Sellers Peddle Tall Tales and Fake Art. ArtNet News. 9 July.
Girish Shahane (2014). As fakes unnerve India's art market, the trade is pushing for an antiquated solution. Quartz. 6 July.
The Independent (2014). Florida pastor gets jail in fake Damien Hirst art case. The Independent. 20 May.
The Sun Daily (2014). Salvage company denies planting ancient coins at treasure site. The Sun Daily. 5 May.
Patricia Cohen (2014). Knoedler Forgery Lawsuit Names Art Historian as Defendant. The New York Times. 2 April.
Cambridge News (2014). Stolen armour and weapony worth thousands returned to Stansted Mountfitchet castle. Cambridge News. 1 April.
The Telegraph (2014). BBC art experts make mistake over 'Constable'. The Telegraph. 16 March.
Maureen Milford (2014). Delaware lawyer, firm caught up in tale of lost treasure. Delaware Online. 16 March.
Dalya Alberge (2014). German archaeologist suggests British Museum's Warren Cup could be forgery. The Guardian. 12 March.
Ellen Gamerman (2014). Christie's Postpones Basquiat Sale After Suit Alleges Some Works Are Fakes. The Wall Street Journal. 9 March.
Namita Devidayal (2014). Art experts struggle to distinguish real from a very good fake. The Times of India. 9 March.
Spear's (2014). How art forgeries became celebrated as masterpieces. Spear's. 4 March.
Kunda Dixit (2010). Patan's crown jewel: Sundari Chok gets a facelift after 360 years. Nepali Times. 27 August.