16 Jul 2016

Art Crime with Arthur Tompkins: Madame Camus at the Piano

From Saturday Morning, 10:50 am on 16 July 2016
Madame Camus at the Piano, by Edgar Degas, 1869

Madame Camus at the Piano, by Edgar Degas, 1869. Photo: Creative Commons

Arthur Tompkins is a District Court Judge and editor of Art Crime and its Prevention: A Handbook for Collectors and Art Professionals (Lund Humphries).

He has a special interest in crimes involving artistic masterpieces, and is writing a bi-monthly series of articles in the online magazine Versopolis about stolen masterpieces.

He talks to Kim Hill about the theft and subsequent movements of the 1869 painting Madame Camus at the Piano by Edgar Degas.

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