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Artist Billie Schenck wrote to me with some very nice comments about my book Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market and confirmed the information I included about a court case in which he testified. He also asked for my … Continue reading
From San Diego to New York and Connecticut the past several weeks have seen a great response to Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market as I have traveled across the country. That impressive Dali scholar and (I am … Continue reading
The reviews posted so far on Amazon and artfuldodgers.us have been great!!! All 5 stars!
On September 5th at 2:00 PM I shall be doing a book signing at the AARP Ideas @50+ national convention at the San Diego … Continue reading
It’s true! And it’s available from Abbott Press (www.abbottpress.com) You can also order a Signed and dedicated copy by going to the book website: www.artfuldodgers.us.
It’s true! Everything has been taken care of, the proofs have all been proofed, the changes and improvements are all “in the can” and it’s now up to Abbott Press to complete production of ARTFUL DODGERS: Fraud and Foolishness in … Continue reading
“The Dali Dilemma” That’s the title on an article that will very soon be appearing in the new edition of Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies. I am proud to be a contributing author to this excellent professional journal that carries … Continue reading
With Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness In The Art Market through editing and into production at Abbott Press and with the front cover and back cover text finalized by my brilliant designer Lindsay Holt, I am into marketing discussions with … Continue reading
As you probably know, we get a huge number of requests for the appraisal of Salvador Dali prints. This is only natural as … Continue reading
Today, March 28, is the 152nd anniversary of a very dramatic Civil War event that occurred right here where I live. On this date, Union soldiers commanded by Maj. John Chivington (later of the Sand Creek Massacre) burned a great … Continue reading