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A new Podcast in the ongoing series.  Available at iTunes as The Secret History of Art at http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-secret-history-of-art/id406816655

A new Podcast in the ongoing series.  Available at iTunes as The Secret History of Art at http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-secret-history-of-art/id406816655
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A new Podcast in the ongoing series.  Available at iTunes as The Secret History of Art at http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-secret-history-of-art/id406816655

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English


Episodes

The Secret History Of Art Forgery--Part One

3/20/2016
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A Talk in benefit of Venice in Peril, at the Royal Geographic Society, London in April 2011. Introduction by John Julius Norwich. Part One.

The Theft of the Mona Lisa--100 Years ago

3/20/2016
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The true story, dramatically told, of the theft of the Mona Lisa from the Louvre Museum in 1912. For the rest of the story, I recommend my book, available at Amazon. The Thefts of the Mona Lisa: On Stealing the World's Most Famous Painting

TEDx at Celje

3/26/2013
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At the TEDx conference in Celje, Slovenia, 10 November 2012, Noah Charney gives a talk on Art Theft.

Fake Relics 2

3/31/2012
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Part 2; The Shroud of Turin and more.....

The Secret History Of Art Forgery--Part Two

5/3/2011
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A talk in benefit of Venice in Peril, at the Royal Geographic Society, London in April 2011. Part Two.

Elena del Rivero

3/31/2011
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In the latest edition of The Secret History of Art, professor of art history and best-selling author Noah Charney discusses the work of Elena del Rivero

Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Museum

3/31/2011
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In the latest edition of The Secret History of Art, professor of art history and best-selling author Noah Charney discusses Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain

The Ghent Altarpiece: Secret History Of Art Podcast

12/2/2010
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Since its completion in 1432, this twelve-panel oil painting has disappeared, been looted in three different wars, burned, dismembered, copied, forged, smuggled, illegally sold, painted over, censored, attacked by iconoclasts, hidden away, hunted by Nazis and Napoleon, prized by The Louvre and a Prussian king, damaged by conservators, returned as war reparations, stored in castle vaults and secret salt mines, used as a diplomatic tool, nearly been blown up, ransomed, rescued by Austrian...