Museums face pressure to explain presence of Cambodian relics linked to disgraced dealer Douglas Latchford
Expert says there is a "long list of returns expected from museums", as Cambodia cites new evidence of war-time looting
What distinguishes an art criminal from a regular crook?
The host of the Art Bust podcast argues that the nature and purpose of art crime–and by extension, of the art detectives who fight it—has changed in recent years
Douglas Latchford's death reignites unresolved controversy over alleged smuggling of Cambodian antiquities
News of the death of dealer and expert in South East Asian art raises strong reactions and unanswered questions
'Adventurer scholar' Douglas Latchford dies in Bangkok, aged 89
Expert in Khmer and Indian antiquities was a dealer in Cambodian art in the 1970s and last year was accused of smuggling and creating false provenances for antiquities