Tag Archives: Dali prints

CATCHING UP and Du NOYER SALE

So whatever happened to that Bernard Ewell, anyway? He has been almost absent from his blog. The answer lies more than anything else in some technical problems that he was finally able to figure out when others did not. Now … Continue reading



MOVING FORWARD WITH DALI SERVICES

For a third of a century I have been researching all available information about the 1,700+ print images by Salvador Dali and a vast array of others that are attributed to him but belong in the FAKES filing cabinets. In … Continue reading



WHAT? THERESA FRANKS AGAIN?

OK, OK, I know. You’re tired of hearing that Theresa Franks and her Fine Art Registry finally went down in flames after posting an extraordinary number of lies and videos about me, Park West Gallery and others. The only reason … Continue reading



Update on ARTFUL DODGERS

It seems I get almost daily inquiries about the progress of Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market toward publication and availability. I am working with an agent to craft a Proposal to publishers and the advice I … Continue reading



WHY NOT A DALI CATALOG?

Whether you spell it “catalog” or “catalogue” raisonne, it’s an important tool for collectors, curators, appraisers and others who want information about an artist and his art. Certainly the world of Salvador Dali has long needed a fully dependable catalog … Continue reading



NOT BY DALI

It is common for me to see prints that are attributed to Salvador Dali that are not authentic and carry¬†forged signatures. I also see what appear to be and are represented as being original, unique artworks created by Dali. Some … Continue reading



DALI AUTHORIZED ALBARETTO PRINTS

There has been much discussion about the authenticity of the prints of Dali images that were published by¬†Giuseppe Albaretto through the Paris publicatuion firm that he had a half interest in, Les Heures Claires. This is the company founded by … Continue reading