An amateur detective takes on the National Gallery, and the art world. Paul Gauguin is one of the best-known artists in history. Although being deeply divisive, his work still fetches millions. But, are the paintings adorning the National Gallery in Washington and the Boston MFA really his? For Fabrice Fourmanoir, the answer is a definite 'no'. Talking to Sebastian Smee, from The Washington Post, he explains why.
From The Washington Post