A masterpiece of masquerade...a brilliantly wily reflection on the seductions of art and corruptions of the art world.
A remarkably lively account...fascinating.
Greenhalgh has a likable voice, pitched midway between Arthur Daley and Philip Marlowe. And, unsurprisingly, he has an eye for detail...The lingering impression is of a man beguiled by image-making.
Here is riveting and affecting Northern realism: Greenhalgh's knowledge is as daunting as it is inspiring.
A lively account of a man who put his genuine talent and love of art to deplorable use.
An indispensable addition to any rogues' library.
Sunday Independent (Ireland)
A great holiday read.
Artists and Illustrators
A roundabout love letter to art.Ben Okri
A fascinating gilt box of secret art knowledge and expertise, told in the unpretentious voice of a legendary forger who fooled museums and collectors from his garden shed.Dominic Smith, author of THE LAST PAINTING OF SARA DE VOS
Nothing if not lively
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