The Quest for a Restorer's Shop of Beguiling Invention: Restorations and Forgeries in Italian Panel Painting

Frinta, Mojm iacute r S.
March 1978
Art Bulletin;Mar1978, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p7
Academic Journal
Presents an analytical observation on restorations and forgeries in Italian panel painting during the early 20th century. Analysis of the restored paintings; Discussion on the possible identity of the artist-restorer; Examples of a radical restoration and an imitation.


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