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The Gentle Art of Faking: A History of the Methods of Producing Imitations  Spurious Works of Art from the Earlies Times Up to the Present Day - Riccardo Nobili
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The Gentle Art of Faking: A History of the Methods of Producing Imitations Spurious Works of Art from the Earlies Times Up to the Present Day - Première édition

1973, ISBN: 9781589632769

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London : Bibliographical Society, 1959. First edition. Skilled bibliographical detective work reveals Wise as thief and vandal as well as forger - removing leaves from British Library copies of early plays to "improve" others, etc. Royal 8vo (25cm). (viii),(42),[ii]pp. Plates. Original wrappers; some very minor evidence of age and use, but a very good copy., London : Bibliographical Society, 1959., London: Aldus Books, 1973. 1st edition. hardback with dust jacket. Fine. large octavo. 160pp., frontis., col. & b/w pls., glossary, Index, Aldus Books, 1973, Tantor Media Inc. No binding. New. Audio CD. Dimensions: 6.5in. x 5.5in. x 1.1in.What separates a masterpiece from a piece of junk Thanks to the BBCs Antiques Roadshow and its American spin-off, everyone is searching garage sales and hunting online for hidden gems, wondering whether their attics contain trash or treasures. In The Art Detective, Philip Mould, one of the worlds foremost authorities on British portraiture and an irreverent and delightful expert for the Roadshow, serves up his secrets and his best stories, blending the technical details of art detection and restoration with juicy tales peopled by a range of eccentric collectors, scholars, forgers, and opportunities. Each chapter focuses on one particular painting and the mystery that surrounds it. Mould is our trusty detective, tracking down clues, uncovering human foibles, and following hunches until the truth is revealed. Mould is known for his ability to crack the toughest puzzles, and whether hes writing about a fake Norman Rockwell, a hidden Rembrandt, or a lost Gainsborough, he brings both the art and the adventure to life. The Art Detective is memoir, mystery, art history, and brilliant yarn all rolled into one. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Tantor Media Inc, London, England.: Jonathan Cape Ltd, 1961. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Near Fine/Good. 13cm to 16cm by 20cm to 23cm tall. Translated by J. Maxwell Brownjohn.. A brief description of the books construction and condition. A hardcover edition with light blue coloured cloth over board hardcovers, with dark blue title lettering on the spine, a semi-rounded spine and bindings, the bindings being of the stitched variety. Complete with a loose pictorial dust jacket. The Book Condition is rated ' Near Fine', the hardcovers, spine and bindings are intact, sound, tight, and in perfect 'working' order, with NO significant wear showing, other than mild edge wear to the hardcovers. The page block edges are quite bright, clean, complete and intact, with NO thumbing, soiling or significant wear showing. Internally the text pages are, bright, clean, complete and intact. The condition of the Loose Jacket is 'Good', it is intact and complete and somewhat mirrors the hardcovers, however it has some old mild foxing stains on its spine, the jacket has NOT been price clipped. Summary of the book and jacket conditions is; it is in a sound, tight, complete and intact condition, and in which its reading integrity and quality is totally unimpaired, its general condition is extremely good, especially when taking into account its age, the loose jacket only real negative is the old foxing on its spine. We describe any faults within our books most meticulously, this frequently results in our books being regarded by the vast majority of our customers as being in a much better condition to that as portrayed. olBooks are happy to supply any addtional photographs if required, please contact us. The condition of this book is reflected in its price. An in depth study on Glass, starting in the Bronze age . "For the archaeologist and the collector 'Glass' is an indispensable reference tool: for the general reader it provides a fascinating introduction to the subject". This volume was published in 1961 being translated from German for the first time. A remarkable book looking into the world of fake and forgery over the centuries. Paintings, Sculptures, ceramics, textiles and furniture are all dealt with. Also a number forgers and details of the forgers art are examined. A rare book., Jonathan Cape Ltd, 1961, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 158 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.3in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1785 Excerpt: . . . Rempublicam ejse. This Law was repealed by Augustus (f). De Adulterio f Pudititia. Julia Lex, the Author Augustus Cessart as Suetonius informs us a). Juvenal mentions this Law in his second Satyr, and seems to intimate, that it was afterwards confirmed, and put in full Force by the Emperor Domitian j the Rigour of it is there very handsomely expressed: Leges revocabat amaras (b) Omnibus, atque ipsis Veneri A and rtique, timenias. Scatinia Lex, the Author C. Scatinius Aricinus, Tribune of the Commons j though some think it was called Lex Cantinia, from one Scantinius, Tribune of the Commons; against whom it was put in Execution. It was particularly levelled against the Keepers of Catamites, and against such as prostituted themselves for this vile Service (c). The Penalty enjoined by the Author, was only pecuniary; but Augustus Caar made it afterwards capital (d). Cornelia Lex inter Jkarios and veneficds;. The Author Cornelius Sylla, Dictator. It was directed against such as killed another Person with Weapons or Poison; or fired Houses, or took away any Persons Life by false Accusation; with several other Heads. It was a Clause in this Law, That the Person who stood accused of the Crimes therein mentioned, might have his Choice of letting the Jury give their Verdict Clam vel Palam by Voices or by Tablets (e). De Parricidis. The old Law which proscribed the odd Sort of Punishment proper to this Crime, was restored and confirmed by Pampty the Great, with the Title of Lex Pempeia (). Cornelia Lex folji, Sylla, the Dictator, as he appointed a proper Prtor to make Inquisition into what they called Crimenfalji, so he enacted this Law as the Rule and Standard in such Judgement (a). It takes in all Forgers, Concealers, Interliners, and c. of Wills. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Fredonia Books (NL). Paperback. New. Paperback. 440 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.2in. x 1.1in.Here is the first biography of Casanova, the king of all adventurers, the great gallant of the Eighteenth Century. Liar, forger, cardsharp, adulterer, seducer, he had only his wits to protect him from unmasking - and the resultant imprisonment and poverty. Yet in the midst of his ruthless existence he found time to be, also, a student to the humanities, a philosopher, dramatist and poet. His Memoirs, famous through they are, have been unavailable to all but a few, and cover but a portion of his career. Mr. Endore has undertaken to sift out the falsehood in the Memoirs, fill in their hiatuses, and complete the life-story, basing it upon the latest available sources. So amazing was the life of this paradoxical gentlemen that a generation after his death the world refused to believe he had ever existed. He became a rakehelly myth. Mr. Endore has restored him to his rightful place in history, at the same time preserving the picturesque and flavorsome aspects of his nature. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Fredonia Books (NL), Fredonia Books (NL). Paperback. New. Paperback. 352 pages. Dimensions: 8.0in. x 5.0in. x 0.9in.Collectomania may with some reason be looked upon as a comedy in which the leading parts are taken by the collector, the dealer, and the faker, supported by minor but not less interesting characters, such as imitators, restorers, middlemen, et hoc genus omne, each of whom could tell more than one attractive tale. In analyzing the faker one must dissociate him from the common forger; his semi-artistic vocation places him quite apart form the ordinary counterfeiter; he must be studied amid his proper surroundings, and with the correct local coloring, and his critic may perchance find some slight modicum of excuse for him. Beside him stand the imitator, from whom the faker often originates, the tempter who turns the clever imitator into a faker, and the middleman who lures on the unwary collector with plausible tales. It is not the object of this volume to study the faker by himself, but to trace his career through the ages in his appropriate surroundings, and compare the methods adopted by him at various periods of history, so far as they may be obtained. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Fredonia Books (NL)

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The Gentle Art of Faking: A History of the Methods of Producing Imitations & Spurious Works of Art from the Earlies Times Up to the Present Day
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Nobili, Riccardo

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The Gentle Art of Faking: A History of the Methods of Producing Imitations & Spurious Works of Art from the Earlies Times Up to the Present Day

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9781589632769

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781589632769
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Date de parution: 2001
Editeur: INTL LAW & TAXATION PUBL
352 Pages
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Langue: eng/Englisch

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