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Shaun Greenhalgh

A moody read about forgeries in art, written by a prolific forger while still in jail who was busted and served time for it. named Shaun Greenhalgh who relates his story. He was the paid live-in caretaker for some years of both of his elderly parents who had health problems, and were in their 80’s, for forty-some pounds a week, which he compares to about as much as a kid’s paper route. Apparently, he’d needed a way to boost his income and had a love for doing art and visiting museums for years. So he tried his hand at making copies of different things, using different techniques until he became quite good at many different forms.

The book starts with the day he’s arrested, the knock on the door, the search, things hauled out as evidence, etc. Having to go down and give a statement to police. The wait while they go over the evidence and decide what to charge him with, and see if he will cooperate. The media bugging him. Then it goes into his art, how he got interested in it, learned to do it and branch out to so many kinds as he experimented.

He talks about how he offered his ‘copies’ at low prices, playing dumb and watching as the sellers instead of offering to have the pieces looked at by someone with experience, would offer a bit more, running off to sell them at huge markups, then asking for a letter of provenance stating that they’d had the piece in the family for a long time. Showing a lot of shady goings-on in the art business already by many. A sort of true crime in the art world story, perpetrated by an unusual character who wrote about it after. My thanks for the advance electronic copy that was provided by #netgalley, author Shaun Greenhalgh, and the publisher for my fair review.

Atlantic Books 384 pages
Oct 1st, 2018

RATED: 3.5/5 Stars

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the book starts with the day he’s arrested, the knock on the door, the search, things hauled out as evidence, etc. having to go down and give a statement to police. the wait while they go over the evidence and decide what to charge him with, and see if he will cooperate. the media bugging him. then it goes into his art, how he got interested in it, learned to do it and branch out to so many kinds as he experimented.

he talks about how he offered his ‘copies’ at low prices, playing dumb and watching as the sellers instead of offering to have the pieces looked at by someone with experience, would offer a bit more, running off to sell them at huge markups, then asking for a letter of provenance stating that they’d had the piece in the family for a long time. showing a lot of shady goings-on in the art business already by many. a sort of true crime in the art world story, perpetrated by an unusual character who wrote about it after. my thanks for the advance electronic copy that was provided by #netgalley, author shaun greenhalgh, and the publisher for my fair review.

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oct 1st, 2018

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the book starts with the day he’s arrested, the knock on the door, the search, things hauled out as evidence, etc. having to go down and give a statement to police. the wait while they go over the evidence and decide what to charge him with, and see if he will cooperate. the media bugging him. then it goes into his art, how he got interested in it, learned to do it and branch out to so many kinds as he experimented.

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