Fake Or Fortune?
The team investigate their first piece of sculpture as they try and prove that a strikingly abstract plaster head is a missing work by world-famous sculptor Alberto Giacometti.
The team investigate a landscape that could be a lost work by one of the biggest names in British art, Thomas Gainsborough.
The team investigate an 18th century portrait of a young man believed to be the work of Maria Cosway, but Philip Mould suspects it was actually done by Regency artist Thomas Lawrence.
The team try to prove that a still life painting depicting fruit in a windblown landscape, bought in a junk shop, is the work of Giorgio de Chirico.
Philip and Fiona investigate a highly desirable Venetian view, inherited by Nick Hopkinson from his great-grandfather Meyer Spielman.
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould head to the beautiful Norfolk countryside on the trail of one of the 20th century's greatest artists, Henry Moore. They investigate an intriguing sculpture that belongs to retired dairy farmer Neil Betts.
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate a painting of a man praying in a mosque, a scene filled with meticulously painted and intriguing detail. Its owner bought it at auction in 1999 and believes it to be the work of Jean-Léon Gérôme.
Fiona Bruce and art expert Philip Mould investigate the remarkable stories behind famous artworks to find out if they are the works they claim to be or are masterful forgeries.
Huw Lewis frequently spends his evenings scouring the internet for art bargains and, while trawling through eBay, came across a small, unattributed oil sketch of Jesus and the Apostles at the Last Supper.
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