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forger

n. a person who commits the crime of forgery, by making false documents or signatures. (See: forgery)

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There are at least three forgers on the pages of this novel by Bradford Morrow, which provides a glimpse into the mind and the "art" of the forger's work, providing intriguing nuances of the trade.
He said that forger mafia deserves no sympathy and leniency.
Both Catya Mare and Matt Forger agree, that the process was[acute accent]t quite easy but also exciting, since there is a delicate balance between the solo violin and the rest of the mix, that quickly can get altered.
Much of the knowledge a forger needs to create historically accurate work is already available through professional publications.
Readers seeking an engaging novel about artists and art scandals will find The Art Forger rewarding for its skillful balance of brisk plotting, significant emotional depth, and a multi-layered narration rich with a sense of moral conscience.
Heyworth plans to compare the signature with that of well-known forgers as well as known Shakespeare signatures such as those on his wills.
WINNING BREED Hallfield Forger, Overall male champion at British Blonde Society sale at Carlisle
A musical penned by Britain's most notorious art forger and a Midland film maker about a controversial love affair that shocked English society is set for its world premiere in the region.
Many of the items come from the workshop of the most diverse art forger ever known.
University of Michigan mathematician Daniel Forger said that understanding how the human biological clock works is an essential step toward correcting sleep problems like insomnia and jet lag.
We turn back from it to van Meegeren's fraudulent 'heart of hearts' with renewed admiration for an art that takes its chances among the reefs of the bogus, the crass, the inauthentic, and still returns with something resembling what the forger calls, with laughable pretentiousness where he is concerned but grasping something of the truth after all, 'a light to transform the world'.
The British Fantasy Award for Best Novel has been won by Graham Joyce, for his title Memoirs of a Master Forger, which was chosen by members of the British Fantasy Society.