Art of Forgery - Forgery in Art
The history of forgery in art is as old as art itself. The high value of a piece of art is based on its originality and uniqueness. Experts estimate that currently one out of 300 artworks is an unidentified forgery.
„100 Masterpieces“ shows unique reproductions by the best painters of the world of the 100 most expensive paintings in art history composed to establish a unique exhibition never seen before. There is the Dance in Moulin de la Galette (Pierre Auguste Renoir), Mona Lisa (Leonardo da Vinci), Garden of Lust (Hieronymus Bosch) and Birth of the Venus (Sandro Boticelli) united in one huge art gallery. Every artwork tells its own story, from being created to travels, changing ownership, theft, importance in art history and attempts for destruction.
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100 Masterpieces is also available as a "BEST OF" version to fit smaller venues.
100 Masterpieces can also be presented in connection with our clients' Masterpieces such as designer interiors, consumer electronics, etc.
Additional information about the exhibition you will find at www.100masterpieces.com