Journal of Art Crime, Vol 6, Fall 2011

Scientific journals
Thème de la ressource: 
Trafic d'œuvres d'art, d'antiquités, de documents anciens et de spécimens d'histoire naturelle
Pillage d'objets archéologiques
Faux et contrefaçons
Législation - International
Type de ressource: 
Bibliographie - Revues scientifiques
Association for Research into Crimes Against Art
Langue de publication: 

Imperfect Doubles: The Forger and the Copyist
Aviva Briefel

Enhancing the Art of Seeing – A Leonardo Case Study
Hasan Niyazi 

Flouting the Law through Fine and Decorative Art Appraising
John Daab

The Pillaging of the Abandoned Spanish Countryside
Leila Amineddoleh

The Empty Frame
“Cerveteri: a Vulnerable Ancient Masterpiece”
Derek Fincham

Context Matters
“Compliance and the Antiquities Market” David Gill

The Flap Over Scrap: Theft and Vandalism in Exterior Sculptures
Christopher A. Marinello and Jerome Hasler

Art Law and Policy
Donn Zaretsky

What the Lady Has Wrought: The Ramifications of the Portrait of Wally Case
Howard N. Spiegler

Are Penal Procedures Only a Last Resort?
Paolo Giorgio Ferri

Archaeology and the Problem of Unauthorized Excavation in Italy
General B(a) CC Giovanni Pastore

Lessons from the History of Art Crime
Noah Charney

Nathaniel Herzberg
“Le Musée Invisible: Les Chefs-d’oeuvre volés”
Diane Joy Charney reviews

Terence M. Russell
“The Discovery of Egypt: Vivant Denon’s Travels with Napoleon’s Army”
Diane Joy Charney reviews

Vivant Denon
“No Tomorrow”
Diane Joy Charney reviews

Sandy Nairne
“Art Theft and the Case of the Stolen Turners”
Noah Charney reviews

Q&A with Sandy Nairne

Noah Charney Q&A with Stuart George

Noah Charney The Art We Must Protect: Top Ten Must-See Artworks in Florence

Noah Charney Synopsis of ARCA’s Third International Art Crime Conference

Catherine Schofield Sezgin