19 Nov 2016

Art Crimes with Arthur Tompkins

From Saturday Morning, 9:44 am on 19 November 2016

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 writes a bi-monthly series of articles in the online magazine Versopolis about stolen masterpieces now back on public display. He will discuss Raphael's 'Portrait of a Young Man' - the most important painting still missing after the Nazi art thefts of the Second World War.