The Secret History of Art’s latest feature is in Aeon magazine, on the proliferation of fakes on museum walls–when museums know full well.
Posts Tagged: Durer
A postcard of an invented Carpaccio painting leans against a bookshelf lined with inviting leather-bound tomes, while an elaborate polygon of paper hangs from a thread, swinging its angular shadow… More ›
Mannerist paintings tend to be overlooked, and wrongly so. Those who did not study art history will know about Raphael, Titian, Leonardo, and Michelangelo, the Big Four of the first part of the 16th… More ›
In case you missed it on the front page, The Secret History of Art interviewed James Fox, the latest and youngest in a long line of excellent BBC arts presenters. The art historian, professor at… More ›