Symposium on fakes and forgeries Saturday, Nov. 22

A symposium titled “Hidden Clues: Discerning Fakes and Forgeries in Art” will be held from 2-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, in FA-258, in conjunction with the current exhibition, “The Spanish Forger: “Medieval” Paintings from the Collection of William Voelkle ’52”.

Four short presentations will address the problems of fakes and forgeries in art:

William Voelkle ’52
Curator of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts
The Morgan Library & Museum, NYC

Patrick McGrady ’92
Charles V. Hallman Curator
Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University

Luisa Casella
Photographs conservator
West Lake Conservators, Skaneateles, NY

Betty Krulik
Betty Krulik Fine Art Ltd.
President, Appraisers Association of America

A reception will follow. Sponsored by the Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room Fund, this event is free and open to all.