Fake Or Fortune?

Season 10

Season 10, Episode 4 - Flemish Old Master

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Could an epic Old Master depicting Christ in a church in Port Glasgow be a lost masterpiece by one of the great painters of Northern Renaissance Art, or is it a much lesser work? (Final)

Season 10, Episode 3 - Sisley

3 x
Americans Kim and Chuck believe their landscape painting is by one of the founders of impressionism, Alfred Sisley. Can the team help them build a case and prove its authenticity?

Season 10, Episode 2 - Modigliani

2 x
Henrietta Sitwell inherited a sketch she believed to be by the 20th century artist Amedeo Modigliani, but she's been told it might not be genuine. Can the team find some answers?

Season 10, Episode 1 - Nicholson

2 x
Could a wall painting in a Surrey cottage be by celebrated British artist, Ben Nicholson? Master in a Glasgow church?
Season 9

Season 9, Episode 4 - A King's Last Supper

3 x
Anglesey farmer Huw Lewis bought a small painting depicting the Last Supper for 50 pounds on the internet. Can the team prove it's an 18th century work by the artist Benjamin West?

Season 9, Episode 3 - Landseer

3 x
The team investigate a powerful scene of the aftermath of battle; could it be a work by celebrated Victorian artist Edwin Landseer, thought to be destroyed by a flood in 1928?

Season 9, Episode 2 - Gerome

5 x
In 1999 Jon Swihart believed he'd bought a genuine work by the 19th century Orientalist artist Jean-Leon Gerome but the leading authority disagreed. Can the team prove Jon right?

Season 9, Episode 1 - A Sculpture In The Brambles

3 x
A sculpture found in the long grass of a Norfolk home bears striking similarities to the work of Henry Moore. Could it be a lost work by one of the greatest 20th century artists?
Season 8

Season 8, Episode 1 - The Lost Gainsborough

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The team investigate an 18th century landscape that could be a lost work by of one of the biggest names in British art, Thomas Gainsborough. Will they be able to convince an expert that it is a landscape by the great artist?

Season 8, Episode 4 (A Venetian View)

201 x
The team investigates a beautiful 18th century Venetian view. Could this be a work by one of the Italian masters - the highly prized Francesco Guardi or Michele Marieschi?

Season 8, Episode 3 (De Chirico)

889 x
Bought for just £1, a small still-life could be the work of one of the masters of 20th century art: Giorgio de Chirico. Can the team prove this junk shop find is an unearthed treasure?

Season 8, Episode 2 (Cosway Or Lawrence)

179 x
The team investigate an 18th century family portrait. The owners believe it's the work of the pioneering woman artist Maria Cosway, but could it be an undiscovered portrait by the great Regency artist Sir Thomas Lawrence?

Season 7, Episode 1 (Nicholson)

165 x
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate 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?

Season 6, Episode 3 (Gauguin)

215 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)

Season 6, Episode 1 (Constable)

102 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.

Season 5, Episode 4 (Portraits)

196 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.

Season 5, Episode 3 (Rodin)

92 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.

Season 7, Episode 5 (Giacometti)

87 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.

Season 7, Episode 4 (A Double Whodunnit)

61 x
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate two rare portraits of black British subjects from the 18th and 19th centuries.

Season 7, Episode 3 (Henry Moore)

75 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.