Diane Feffer
Discussion: All Things Related to Art Forgery



Central Standard Time



Allen Public Library
300 N. Allen Drive
Allen, Texas 75013

Clay G. Small became a world traveler during his 30 year career with PepsiCo (as General Counsel). He currently is a Professor at SMU Cox School of Business, Member of the SMU Law School Executive Committee and a visiting professor at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Join Clay in-person at Allen Public Library as he discusses: 

* What else besides money drives an art forger? 

* Forgeries are everywhere. As the price for art has soared so have forgeries. 

* The most forged artists of all time

* Science of art authentication 

* The most clever of art forgers. 

* When exactly does art forgery become a crime?

Clay will be speaking from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Thurs. Sept. 23rd at OnStage at APL.   Event is free and open to the public.  

Or watch it virtually at: http://allentx.swagit.com/live

In the meantime, learn more about Clay here.

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Reviews of Clay's newly released novel, The Forger's Forgery. 

'Perhaps one reason why The Forger's Forgery is a complex mystery and yet realistic, is that it's based on the true story of master forger Han van Meegeren, who forged the works of some Dutch masters in the 1930s and ’40s in a notorious crime that was clever, unprecedented, and difficult to solve.' 

D. Donovan, Sr. Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

"The Forger’s Forgery … was a great read, cleverly constructed, very entertaining, exciting and humoristic.” 

Friso Lammertse, author Van Meegeren’s Vermeers

“Clay has a gift for engaging the reader, taking them to places they want to go, entertaining the reader and using his legal knowledge to create multiple mysteries which the reader looks forward to solving.”

Raymond Jacobson, McDermott, Will & Emery