Art Detective

| 27.12.2018

En Art Detective, tienes que ayudar a John Cromwell con un complicado caso de robo y falsificación de obras de arte que tiene en jaque al FBI. Sigue la pista del "Fantasma", un experto ladrón de obras de arte que reemplaza las pinturas que roba con réplicas para que nadie se de cuenta del crimen. ¿Podrás ayudar al agente Cromwell a identificar las falsificaciones y desenmascarar al esquivo criminal?


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At their best, they are very personal, human and touching. Given the huge amounts of cash involved, perhaps I should have suspected more! Mould avoids the pretension, condescension and patronizing tone that one might expect from a book on high art. Reading this book was like traveling the world as an observer into the world of discovering fine and sometimes not so fine works of art. My only regret is that I listened to the audio version, which for obvious reasons lacked illustrations. Volver a traducir la descripción al Inglés Estados Unidos Traducir As an Art Detective Agent, you will travel the world and discover hidden treasures of the great artisans, complete collections of baroque silverware or mysterious Egyptian artifacts. Very Virtual Families. Mould's storytelling ability is worthy of the fascinating subjects at the center of the stories. My only regret is that I listened to the audio version, which for obvious reasons lacked illustrations. I hadn't seen Mr. A Fairy Tale good fun read. Art Detective cloak-and-dagger aspect has apparently bled over into Mould's real life: in earlyit was revealed that Mould was the victim of a 'poison pen' Internet slander campaign, waged largely anonymously by a jealous competitor. Mould through his book it becomes quite obvious that he truly enjoys what he does and writes about it with enthusiasm and quite often a sense of humor.

Hidden on real-life-inspired Italian flee markets, in grand mansions, out in remote jungle camp sites or in bedouin tent cities, these antique treasures wait to be uncovered by your curiosity and a keen eye. That cloak-and-dagger aspect has apparently bled over into Mould's real life: in early , it was revealed that Mould was the victim of a 'poison pen' Internet slander campaign, waged largely anonymously by a jealous competitor. Mould avoids the pretension, condescension and patronizing tone that one might expect from a book on high art. I love history and I love a good story. Mould on television, so it was surprising to discover an online interview and hear his real voice. In this book, he tells the surprising stories of six paintings. Family is also at the heart of a story that centers on a well known art deception and recovery of a Norman Rockwell painting. Those interested in the how will be rewarded, as will those merely interested in stories of lost treasures come to light. A good fun read. Nothing could be further from the truth. Volver a traducir la descripción al Inglés Estados Unidos Traducir As an Art Agent, you will travel the world and discover hidden treasures of the great artisans, complete collections of baroque silverware or mysterious Egyptian artifacts. In his off-television person, he is a successful art gallery owner, specializing in uncovering lost artistic treasures beneath layers of overpaint and mis-attribution. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and would recommend it to readers of history, mysteries and certainly art.

Newton is more of an "ammasser" than he is a collector, and the real heart of the narrative is Newton's wackiness and the impact of his hoarding on his family. The strongest tale is of Moulds' meetings with an eccentric hoarder named Earle Newton. And it all flows beautifully through his solid prose and storytelling abilities. Little would one suspect that the rarified art world would Art Detective so cloak-and-dagger. Little would one suspect that the rarified art world would be so cloak-and-dagger. Little would Art Detective suspect that the rarified art Amazing Pyramids would be so cloak-and-dagger. Family is also at the heart of a story Detectuve centers on a Detectlve known art deception and recovery of a Norman Rockwell Detfctive. Very Detetive. At their Art Detective, they are very personal, human and touching. Mould is a fantastic writer. Setting a new standard of beautiful, artful and story-telling hidden object games, Hidden Relics: Art Detective will captivate you in a journey around the globe, where you will help museums piece together a collection of historical artifacts, ancient sculptures, masterful paintings Big Kahuna Words memorabilia of fabled beauty. Puede deshabilitar A Fairy Tale en la configuración de su tienda. Those interested in the how will be rewarded, as will those merely interested in stories of lost treasures come to light.


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I thoroughly enjoyed the book and would recommend it to readers of history, mysteries and certainly art. Mould's storytelling ability is worthy of the fascinating subjects at the center of the stories. And it all flows beautifully through his solid prose and storytelling abilities. After subtle clues circulate around Rockwell's "Break Home Ties", two brothers hunt for the truth of whether their father owned a real Rockwell, and whether or not he knew it was a fake. When you combine art, history and terrific storytelling, you come out with a book like "The Art Detectives" by Philip Mould. Nothing could be further from the truth. I love history and I love a good story. Escondidos en mercados italianos inspirados en la vida real, en grandes mansiones, en campamentos remotos en la jungla o en ciudades de tiendas beduinas, estos tesoros antiguos esperan ser descubiertos por su curiosidad y buen ojo. In this book, he tells the surprising stories of six paintings. After subtle clues circulate around Rockwell's "Break Home Ties", two brothers hunt for the truth of whether their father owned a real Rockwell, and whether or not he knew it was a fake. Very enjoyable. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Mould through his book it becomes quite obvious that he truly enjoys what he does and writes about it with enthusiasm and quite often a sense of humor. Readers learn about a Constable discovered in the stash of an eccentric American hoarder, a misattributed Gainsborough, a misattributed Rembrandt portrait, a fake Rockwell, an unusual portrait of Elizabeth I, and a Homer Winslow painting discovered near an Irish dump. When you combine art, history and terrific storytelling, you come out with a book like "The Art Detectives" by Philip Mould. Start your discovery adventure now! In The Art Detectives, he entreatingly provides the story behind several of his more dramatic finds. Start your discovery adventure now! And it all flows beautifully through his solid prose and storytelling abilities. Mould's storytelling ability is worthy of the fascinating subjects at the center of the stories. A good fun read. At their best, they are very personal, human and touching. This is a collection that will appeal to the scholar and to the devotee alike; to all those, in fact, who cannot resist the lure of finding out whodunit. And it all flows beautifully through his solid prose and storytelling abilities. I hadn't seen Mr.

When you combine art, history and terrific storytelling, you come out with a book like "The Art Detectives" by Philip Mould. Mould on television, so it was surprising to discover an online interview and hear his real voice. Yet he manages to convey to the reader in precise and descriptive terms what he and his associates look for in assessing a possible artistic find. When you combine art, history and terrific storytelling, you come out with a book like "The Art Detectives" by Philip Mould. I hadn't seen Mr. As a genre, it is supremely able to combine popular appeal with the ability to disturb, provoke and challenge the reader. Very enjoyable. Hidden on real-life-inspired Italian flee markets, in grand mansions, out in remote jungle camp sites or in bedouin tent cities, these antique treasures wait to be uncovered by your curiosity and a keen eye. In this book, he tells the surprising stories of six paintings. A good fun read. I love history and I love a good story. His level of connoisseurship is finely honed.

Комментариев: 8 на “Art Detective

  1. Kagagar

    One would think this would lead to a stuffy textbook like approach to his writing. My only regret is that I listened to the audio version, which for obvious reasons lacked illustrations. As a genre, it is supremely able to combine popular appeal with the ability to disturb, provoke and challenge the reader. I enjoy the research process and digging through archives, and I always love reading about the use of archives to investigate the history or provenance of pieces of art. Mould on television, so it was surprising to discover an online interview and hear his real voice.

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  2. Yokinos

    Start your discovery adventure now! That cloak-and-dagger aspect has apparently bled over into Mould's real life: in early , it was revealed that Mould was the victim of a 'poison pen' Internet slander campaign, waged largely anonymously by a jealous competitor. It didn't sound anything like the audiobook narrator's voice! Other things get unravelled, too - the belief in a rationally explicable world, in the beneficent, ordering force of culture and civilization.

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  3. Migis

    Puede deshabilitar estos en la configuración de su tienda. Mould avoids the pretension, condescension and patronizing tone that one might expect from a book on high art. The strongest tale is of Moulds' meetings with an eccentric hoarder named Earle Newton. Mould does an amazing job of making art history accessible and interesting. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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  4. Fenrikus

    I enjoy the research process and digging through archives, and I always love reading about the use of archives to investigate the history or provenance of pieces of art. He's clear, concise and sometimes poetic. Newton is more of an "ammasser" than he is a collector, and the real heart of the narrative is Newton's wackiness and the impact of his hoarding on his family.

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  5. Kagazil

    Readers learn about a Constable discovered in the stash of an eccentric American hoarder, a misattributed Gainsborough, a misattributed Rembrandt portrait, a fake Rockwell, an unusual portrait of Elizabeth I, and a Homer Winslow painting discovered near an Irish dump. Yet he manages to convey to the reader in precise and descriptive terms what he and his associates look for in assessing a possible artistic find. At their worst, they're simply good mysteries that Mould unravels layer-by-layer with a blending of personal insight, relevant experiences, historical background and significance. Las Reliquias ocultas: Art Detective se puede jugar sin una conexión WiFi o tarifas, sin embargo, su experiencia de jugar gratis se puede mejorar y el desarrollo de juegos futuros se puede respaldar con compras en la aplicación dentro del juego.

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  6. Tejora

    Nothing could be further from the truth. Mould avoids the pretension, condescension and patronizing tone that one might expect from a book on high art. Mould's storytelling ability is worthy of the fascinating subjects at the center of the stories. Newton is more of an "ammasser" than he is a collector, and the real heart of the narrative is Newton's wackiness and the impact of his hoarding on his family.

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  7. Meztigal

    In his off-television person, he is a successful art gallery owner, specializing in uncovering lost artistic treasures beneath layers of overpaint and mis-attribution. In this book, he tells the surprising stories of six paintings. Mould avoids the pretension, condescension and patronizing tone that one might expect from a book on high art.

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  8. Shakagor

    All of his stories involve the detective work required to identify what is genuine and authentic from what is a pretender. At their worst, they're simply good mysteries that Mould unravels layer-by-layer with a blending of personal insight, relevant experiences, historical background and significance. Reading this book was like traveling the world as an observer into the world of discovering fine and sometimes not so fine works of art. In this book, he tells the surprising stories of six paintings.

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