Sunday, December 16, 2007

"They were just happy having a drink of cider in front of telly"

Newsweek takes a look at "the Greenhalgh family—47-year-old Shaun and his octogenarian parents, Olive and George—[who] lived quietly together in a housing project in the heart of Britain's postindustrial north," where they managed to pull off a string of highly successful art forgeries, including the fake Gauguin recently discovered at the Art Institute of Chicago.