TITLE

Notes on Art and Artifakes

AUTHOR(S)
Getlein, Frank
PUB. DATE
September 1960
SOURCE
New Republic;9/19/60, Vol. 143 Issue 13, p21
SOURCE TYPE
Review
DOC. TYPE
Entertainment Review
ABSTRACT
Presents information related to painters and the paintings printed by national business magazines in the U.S. with reference to reproduction of these art work. Number of pictures painted by French painter Jean Baptiste Camille Corot in the U.S.; Reproduction of art works contributed by painter Frederic Remington; Acquisition of a European mid-western mansion full of Old-master-type paintings from the Flemish 15th century to the French 18th with plenty of Italian in between; Existence of metaphysical and financial aspect in development of fakes and forgeries in art.
ACCESSION #
14601081

 

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