Historical authenticity

  title={Historical authenticity},
  author={Mark Sagoff},
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Forgery and the Corruption of Aesthetic Understanding FINAL

Prominent philosophical accounts of artistic forgery have neglected a central aspect of the aesthetic harm it perpetrates. To be properly understood, forgery must be seen in the context of our

Art Restoration and Its Contextualization

Art restoration is examined in terms of the different contexts in which restoration operates. The various definitions of restoration are discussed with reference to specific examples from the field

'We shall soon have the newest ancient heritage in the world': The Rise of the Sham Replica under Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov and its Implications for Russia's Architectural Heritage

Abstract This article seeks to show how reconstruction and the creation of 'sham replicas' have become the normal approach to treating historic buildings in Russia. A sham replica is the near-total

Counterfeit Art

  • J. Merryman
  • Art
    International Journal of Cultural Property
  • 1992
A Renaissance painting or a Greek pot or a Mayan stela is not only a work of art; it is a cultural artifact, one of a large, heterogeneous group of objects that are valued by collectors, acquired by