A Forger’s Tale

Book Review: A Forger’s Tale by Shaun Greenhalgh is an art memoir with a difference

June 14, 2017

An art memoir with a difference, A Forger’s Tale doesn’t trace the life and work of a celebrated artist, but that of Shaun Greenhalgh, one of Britain’s most infamous art forgers. A working class kid from England’s North West, whose backyard workshop was jokingly referred by police as “the northern annex of the British Museum,” […]

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Shaun Greenhalgh author of A Forger’s Tale talks forgery, felony, and fine art

June 14, 2017

Written from a prison cell, British art forger Shaun Greenhalgh‘s memoir A Forger’s Tale details his life and work , from the faux Victorian pot lids of his childhood to the Armana princess that led Scotland Yard to his door. Accompanying the book’s release, The AU Review’s Jodie B. Sloan had a chat with Shaun about […]

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