Michael Prodger

From cryptocurrency to pandemic plagued exhibitions, it’s been an eventful year in art

A vast global market in stolen and forged art and artefacts has only grown in the context of the pandemic, but technology and international policing may be catching up

The new owner of Antoinette’s jewellery will not just get exquisite gems but a provenance that is equally perfect and poignant

A new book revisits the painter’s death and returns the verdict that it was suicide after all

How the multiple Mona Lisa copies, and their prices, testify to the longstanding fame of the painting and its mystique

Out with the old, in with the new: Michael Prodger on art collection trends

What the opening of the Edo Museum of West African Art means for the potential restitution of 2,807 historical bronze artefacts

Digital art: the millennial trend

Michael Prodger tracks the story of a lost masterpiece

Michael Prodger recounts the tale of Hergé’s drawing for the cover of the Tintin instalment: The Blue Lotus