Fraud, Fakery and False Business

Rethinking the Shrager versus Dighton 'Old Furniture Case'

Political, social and racial discrimination in inter-war England explored through one case study of the corrupt antiques market. Les mer
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Political, social and racial discrimination in inter-war England explored through one case study of the corrupt antiques market.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Prologue; 1. The Emperor's New Clothes; 2. Dighton and Co; 3. Percy MacQuoid and the Role of the 'Expert'; 4. Shrager's Collection; 5. The Verdict.

Om forfatteren

Abigail Harrison Moore is the Deputy Head of the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds, where she is also programme director for the MA in Art Gallery and Museum Studies.