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Philip Mould is an international art dealer who has lived the high stakes game of art sleuthing for 20 years. In Sleuth, we encounter the fascinating dealers, experts auctioneers and restorers who risk fortunes and reputations to turn overlooked artworks into coveted treasures. Sleuth is a series of stories which not only reveals the extraordinary culture of detection but the people behind it.

©2011 Philip Mould (P)2011 Oakhill Publishing

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  • Oscar Cymru
  • 09-12-17

Sleuth - Philip Mould

What did you like most about Sleuth?

Enjoyable read, interesting stories and anecdotes

What about Christopher Oxford’s performance did you like?

Very well read, good accents where required,

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

yes, but i fell asleep (due to an over indulgence of gin) but will re-listen to it again and again

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  • Jim
  • 09-01-13

Great on both art criticism and treasure hunting

Philip Mould has a gripping story to tell of hunting down great paintings disguised by years of poor restoration and overpainting to the point where original attributions have been lost. He tells it in an absolutely fascinating way by striking a lovely balance between the mechanics of how the art world works; the craft of picture restoration and the characters who work in it. The style is accessible and charming and overall it was a pleasure to listen to.

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