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Talk | The Fine Art of Crime: a beginners’ guide SOLD OUT

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The Wallace Collection

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Dick Ellis is an internationally recognised art crime investigator, who founded the Art and Antiques Unit at Scotland Yard, which specialises in tackling the theft and fraud of cultural items. Among other works, he was involved in the recovery of Edvard Munch’s The Scream, stolen from the National Gallery in Oslo in 1994.


This is one of a series of 4 talks which explore restoration, theft, restitution and ethics in the art world; you may also like to consider:

Talk- Restoring Artemisia

Talk - Who Owns Antiquities? The Parthenon Sculptures, and other Causes Celèbres

Talk- Ethics in the Art World


Image: Edvard Munch, The Scream, National Gallery of Norway

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