Clay G. Small-When Art Mimics Life, Somebody’s Going to Get What’s Coming to Them
Listen to Clay Small, the author of The Forger’s Forgery, at a live event and also virtually at allentx.swagit.com 7:30 p.m. Thursday, September 23 at the Allen Public Library and the program is free. Submit questions until 8:30 p.m. that evening through [email protected]
As the price of art has soared, so has the rate of art forgery. Join Clay as he discusses when art forgery becomes a crime to personality types of art forgers and even the current estimate regarding what percentage of professionally displayed art is forged. This event will widen your knowledge on all things related to art forgery.
Clay Small is the former Senior Vice President and Managing Attorney for PepsiCo, Inc. In that position, he was responsible for all of PepsiCo’s global legal issues and personnel. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at the Cox School of Business, where he teaches a variety of courses including The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
Short description of The Forger's Forgery: Henry Lindon's flight across the north Atlantic was turbulent and sleepless. His plane has just touched down in Amsterdam, where he will serve as a visiting professor. Lindon is excited to start a new chapter in a lively city. But troubles from the past soon cross the Atlantic. Lindon discovers that notorious Dutch art forger Han van Meegeren, born in 1899, is about to play a part in Lindon’s own personal drama.
Retired Texas Supreme Court Justice Craig Enoch declares, “Intricate plot, characters you’d like to get to know (well… not all of them), and just enough non-fiction to be both fun and educational. That’s Clay G. Small’s latest book in the Henry Lindon saga―The Forger’s Forgery. Clay’s depictions are so clear you can almost see the yellow-stained fingers holding the Gauloises cigarette. And when finished, you find yourself excited to see Clay leaves a hint that the saga will continue.”
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