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Drawn to Trouble - The Forging of an Artist

WAS £14.99 £11.99

Product description

Described as the maker of the finest art fakes of the 20th century, Eric Hebborn's work has fooled the experts at Sotheby's and Christie's and now hangs in many of the most famous art collections in the world.

There are some nicks to the jacket, mainly around the bottom near the spine and corners, no missing pieces. The price corner is removed.

The book has plain black cloth covered boards showing signs of previous exposure to damp. The book details are on the spine in gold text. The top corners are slightly bumped. The hinges and binding are in very good condition.

There is the stamp of the Southampton Institute Study Collection on the ffe, otherwise no inscriptions or markings.

Item details

Author(s):
Hebborn, Eric
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
238 x 164 x 30 mm approx.
Edition:
1991
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1851583696
ISBN-13:
9781851583690
Number of pages:
380
Publisher:
Mainstream

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About this item

Described as the maker of the finest art fakes of the 20th century, Eric Hebborn's work has fooled the experts at Sotheby's and Christie's and now hangs in many of the most famous art collections in the world.

There are some nicks to the jacket, mainly around the bottom near the spine and corners, no missing pieces. The price corner is removed.

The book has plain black cloth covered boards showing signs of previous exposure to damp. The book details are on the spine in gold text. The top corners are slightly bumped. The hinges and binding are in very good condition.

There is the stamp of the Southampton Institute Study Collection on the ffe, otherwise no inscriptions or markings.

Author(s):
Hebborn, Eric
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
238 x 164 x 30 mm approx.
Edition:
1991
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1851583696
ISBN-13:
9781851583690
Number of pages:
380
Publisher:
Mainstream

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