Ep. 3 - Munnings and Churchill

Fake or Fortune

The death of an uncle has left Charles Henty with a farm to run and a crippling tax bill. He hopes to sell two paintings he owns but first he must prove they're genuine. One, believed to be by Sir Winston Churchill, was discovered in the cellar of Henty's family home in London in the '60s. The other is a landscape of Dedham in Essex, believed to be by Sir Alfred Munnings, once the most expensive British artist of his day. However, Dedham was also the home of notorious forger Tom Keating.
Aug 22, 2019
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Sep 20, 2019