Fake Or Fortune?

April 2019
59:00

Season 6, Episode 3 (Gauguin)

4.3 19 x
Philip Mould, Fiona Bruce and the team are on the trail of two pictures brought to their attention by viewers, both believed to be by Paul Gauguin - one of the giants of 19th-century art. (Final)
59:00

Season 6, Episode 1 (Constable)

3.0 11 x
Fake or Fortune? returns for a sixth series as art detectives Philip Mould & Fiona Bruce investigate more thrilling cases of art world mystery. In this episode they take on one of the most important cases they've ever faced.
March 2019
57:00

Season 5, Episode 4 (Portraits)

4.0 12 x
The team face a triple challenge as they seek to find out the truth about 3 mystery portraits, 1 of which might be an early work by modern artist Willem de Kooning. The hunt for evidence takes them to Berlin, Miami & Belgium.
59:00

Season 5, Episode 3 (Rodin)

3.0 14 x
Alice Thoday inherited a rare watercolour from her mother. If a genuine Auguste Rodin, it could be worth over £100,000 - but the trouble is, Rodin is one of the world's most faked artists.
February 2019
59:00

Season 7, Episode 5 (Giacometti)

3.0 16 x
The Fake or Fortune team investigate their first piece of sculpture as they try and prove that a strikingly abstract piece of plaster is a missing work by Alberto Giacometti, one of the world's greatest sculptors.
59:00

Season 7, Episode 4 (A Double Whodunnit)

4.0 13 x
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate two rare portraits of black British subjects from the 18th and 19th centuries.
January 2019
59:00

Season 7, Episode 3 (Henry Moore)

3.0 19 x
In this episode, the team investigates whether a small watercolour sketch could be the work of the great British 20th century sculptor Henry Moore.
1:00:00

Season 7, Episode 2 (Lautrec)

3.0 21 x
The owner of two sketchbooks found in a shed in France ask Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould to help prove they are the work of a young Toulouse Lautrec.
1:00:00

Season 7, Episode 1 (Nicholson)

3.0 25 x
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould return for a new season investigating more cases of art world mystery, intrigue and deception. Is a still life painting by William Nicholson bought in 2006 for £165,000 real or an elaborate fake?
59:00

Season 6, Episode 2 (Tom Roberts)

4.0 44 x
Fiona Bruce and the team come down under for their first Australian investigation. Can they prove an online purchase from an English auction site is a lost work by Tom Roberts, considered one of Australia's greatest artists.
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