Washington State man sentenced to two years in prison for passing off more than $1m worth of fakes as Alaska Native art
He even hired Alaska Natives as clerks in his stores as part of the ruse, and will serve the longest sentence on record for violating the Indian Arts and Crafts Act
Two Van Gogh fakes in Washington? Strong evidence produced against early drawings at the National Gallery of Art
Revelations in new book about an attic discovery throw fresh light on Vincent’s decision to become an artist
Two US museums plan to investigate their Gauguins after amateur art sleuth says they are fake
Former Tahitian resident Fabrice Fourmanoir helped The Art Newspaper correctly identify a fake in the Getty Museum's collection earlier this year
Why the catalogue raisonné is the forger's bible
An international conference considered the challenges and risks— not to mention the sheer size of publications
Fakes! Why are we seeing so many counterfeits?
Artistic fraudsters are still pushing their luck—creating works ranging from the barely believable to the downright hilarious
Christie’s sold fake Knoedler Rothko ‘worth’ $4m
Christie's finds itself caught up in the ongoing forgery scandal
How has the Hain affair affected the market?
Prices have never been higher, but selectivity is vital
Unsubstantiated claim of discovery of world's oldest Christian church
Archaeology in aid of tourism?