I was Vermeer
The legend of the forger who swindled the Nazi's
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Han van Meegeren (1889-1947) is renowned for his matchless imitations of Vermeer and Frans Hals.
His forgery only becomes known when he reveals it himself, in order to escape a death sentence for collaborating with the Nazi’s.
He gives a demonstration of his craftsmanship in court by producing a last 'Vermeer'.
Contains reproductions of paintings by van Meegeren, Vermeer and Frans Hals.
Alternative subtitle: The Rise and Fall of the Twentieth Century's Greatest Forger
Girl with a Pearl Earring, The Lady and the Unicorn, Headlong, The Last Van Gogh, The Lost Diaries of Frans Hals, A Lamb to Slaughter:, The Golden Tulip, Rembrandt’s Whore, Van Rijn, Bruegel, As Above, So Below, Droll Peter, Girl in Hyacinth Blue, Vincent van Gogh, The Parable of the Blind, Master of Shadows: The Secret Diplomatic Career of the Painter Peter Paul Rubens, The Master of Bruges, Lust for Life
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