20 contemporary artists accept a challenge
to create new original works
in the styles of famous old and modern masters

Linda Adato
Linda Adato received her BA and MA at UCLA and studied at the Hornsey College of Art in England. Her work has been shown at the National Academy of Design, the New York Historical Society, at the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln MA; The Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco and at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC. Her awards include the Gold Medal of Honor, Audubon Artists 58th Annual Exhibit, 2000; and awards from The National Academy of Design in New York.


Vents and Variegations
Double copperplate etching in the style of Edward Hopper.

Linda Adato Don Geyra Don Keene
Peri Schwartz Bill Murphy Constance Livingston
Tony Parisi Mary Trevor Arle Sklar Weinstein

The Reception History of Art Forgery Fakes Intro

   Other artists participating in Fabulous Fakes, whose images may be added to this collection in the future if they become available are: Ruth Ellen Fleming, Ken Kraus, Belle Manes, Richard Meyer, Ian Zdatny, Gregory A. Cramer, Kevin Klein, Nina Bentley, Ivar Hyden, Nicholas Schneider and Ed Hoppe.

Additional information about the availability of Fabulous Fakes, the History of Art Forgery or any of the works in the exhibition may be obtained by contacting The New Rochelle Council on The Arts by email or by calling 212-529-2025. More information on the NRCA can be found by connecting to the internet and clicking here.


Fabulous Fakes and A History of Art Forgery © J. L. Dolice, 2001, 2003.

All images in this presentation may not be copied, stored in any electronic retrieval device or used in any way without permission in writing. ISBN 0-935901-51-5.

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