Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould find what they believe to be an unrecognised Monet painting and try to prove its authenticity.
A painting found near a rubbish tip turns out to be a lost work by one of America's most important 19th century artists, Winslow Homer, and is valued at $250,000. Philip and Fiona investigate who legally owns the picture.
Fiona and Philip visit the London Art Institute to try and answer a question about a controversial painting- whether it is by an old master or the most daring forger known to the art world, Han Van Meegeren.
A Rembrandt up for auction may be one stolen by the Nazis during World War II. Fiona and Philip begin forensic testing and an in-depth examination using infra-red.
Inheriting a work of art by one of the great Impressionist masters should be a joy, but for Patrick Rice it was a mixed blessing. His small oil painting depicting a ballet dancer on stage has always been thought to be a work by Edgar Hilaire Degas.
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate three landscapes once thought to be by JMW Turner, which were bequeathed to the National Museum of Wales. For more than half a century a cloud has hung over the paintings.
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