Demetria Spinrad – Han van Meegeren
他画的假画曾经骗过了希特勒本人死后居然还有人假冒他的假 (foto 阿波罗网)
Han van Meegeren – Zelfportret ( (foto 阿波罗网)
Signatures of Van Meegeren (foto 阿波罗网)
Han van Meegeren
Han van Meegeren might not have been Loved by Art Critics, but his Descent into the World of Art Forgery Accidentally turned him into One of his Country’s Least Likely Heroes. Join us for the Twisted Tale of an Expert Art Forger, a High Ranking Nazi Art Thief, and a Jewish Dutch Resistance Hero whose Espionage Investigation turned into a Friendship with One of the Netherlands’ Most Flamboyant Criminals.
To Demonstrate his Ability to Successfully Imitate Vermeer, Van Meegeren works on his Final Forgery, which contains the Deliberate Anachronism of Jesus Reading from a Bible. Image Source.
Van Meegeren Mixes his Paints to Demonstrate How he Fooled Authenticators. Thanks to Piller’s Unusual Trial Strategy, we have some Extremely Rare Photos Documenting an Expert aAt Forger at Work. Image Source.
One of van Meegeren’s Legitimate Portraits of an Actress in his Traditional Dutch Master Style. Image Source.
Supper at Emmaus, One of van Meegeren’s False Vermeers. Image Source.
A Famous Photo of Van Meegeren’s Trial, with the Fake Vermeers Hanging on the Walls of the Courtroom. You can see Supper at Emmaus on the Far Right. Image Source.
Some of the Evidence Presented against Van Meegeren Presented at his Trial which is now Part of a Museum Exhibit. Image Source.
German Soldiers from the Hermann Göring Division Pose with Looted Art. Göring Amassed a Massive Collection of Art by Working with Shady Art Dealers, Looting Cultural Monuments in Conquered Countries, and Seizing the Collections of Art Collectors who were Murdered by his Country’s Fascist Regime. Image Source.
An American Soldier stands in a Stockpile of German Loot. Legal Battles over Some of the Stolen Art we talk about in this Episode are Still Continuing to This Day. (mage Source.
Van Meegeren’s Inscription to Adolf Hitler. The Text Translates as “To my Beloved Führer in Grateful tTibute. H van Meegeren. Laren (North Holland) 1942” Image Source.
A Portrait Van Meegeren Painted, but Never Sold, of His Friend Jopie Breemer Posing as a Praying Jew. On a Personal Level, I find this an Incredibly Interesting Painting – why did Van Meegeren, who Railed against Jews in the Art World, Choose this Subject Matter? A Writer for the Rob Scholte Museum has Researched the History of this Painting and the Friendship between Jopi and Han. Image Source.
Van Meegeren in Amsterdam After the War. The Man on the Left may be Joseph Piller – he Certainly lLoks Similar to this Photograph of Piller. Image Source.
The Man Who Made Vermeers: Unvarnishing the Legend of Master Forger Han van Meegeren
How Mediocre Dutch Artist Cast ‘The Forger’s Spell’
Dutch Master: The Art Forger who became a National Hero
Nazi Plunder: Great Treasure Stories Of World War II
The Most Famous Art forger of All Time: Van Meegeren’s Vermeers
Han van Meegeren and his Portraits of Theo van der Pas and Jopie Breemer
‘Gross False Pretences’: the Misdeeds of Art Dealer Leo Nardus
Monuments Men Inside the Mines
The Revelations of a Nazi Art Catalogue
=The Forensic Historian: Using Science to Reexamine the Past
Art Dating, Art Age, Forensic Authentication, Authenticity
Jan Vermeer: Biography of Dutch Realist Genre Painter, Portrait Artist, Delft School
Impressionism: Art and Modernity
Bamboozling Ourselves (7)
isaacmeyer.net, September 24, 2020