Art historian Penelope Jackson shines a light on the female criminals who have destroyed, vandalised, stolen, and forged art, as well as those who have conned clients and committed white-collar crimes in their professional occupations in museums, libraries, and galleries. Females in the Frame: Women, Art, and Crime is the second art crime book by Penelope, who is chair of the New Zealand Art Crime Research Trust, and follows her 2016 Art Thieves, Fakers and Fraudsters: The New Zealand Story.
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