Tag Archives: Salvador Dali authenticity

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



WRITING IN BRIGHTON

 Brighton? As in Brighton on the south coast of England where the Victorians went to the seaside? Home of the Royal Pavilion, regency hotels and Edwardian architecture? Yup. That’s where I am. In fact, I’m in one of those “sea … Continue reading



BOOK ONE; BOOK TWO

While working to sign with an agent for the publication of Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market I’m also making progress on the next book Persistence of Memory: The Unbelievable Salvador Dali Market. Of course, sales of … 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



MORE ON THERESA FRANKS AND FAR

Perhaps the worm is turning,” said my correspondent on the telephone. I sincerely hope he’s right, and it appears that he is. The bad news for Theresa Franks and her Fine Art Registry just keeps coming. A great new posting by … Continue reading