Time to fess up: not a word of it was true. I hope you enjoyed my April Fool. Here are the correct details for those wonderful paintings.
Born two hundred years ago today, he’s now though to have played a major part in the birth of Impressionism, and Neo-Impressionism.
Let these paintings fool you: that’s what they’re all about. Happy April Fool’s Day!
An explanation and apology for yesterday’s April foolery: and the paintings correctly attributed.
Spoof was originally a card game. But why April fools? A quick trip around trickery.
Thanks to painstaking work in the Mouton-Rothschild Collection, a new artist is being added to the canon of Impressionists.