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TESTIMONIALS


“Colette Loll was one of the most popular and well-received speakers we have had in recent years. Her talk on fakes and forgeries was not only an intriguing subject that pulled people in, it was also fascinating enough to keep them engaged. She cleverly covers a wide range of topics, including fine art, fashion and wine, that piques the interest of all in attendance”.

Russell Ihrig, Associate Director of Interpretive Programming, Cincinnati Art Museum

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Russell Ihrig, Associate Director of Interpretive Programming, Cincinnati Art Museum

“Colette Loll was one of the most popular and well-received speakers we have had in recent years. Her talk on fakes and forgeries was not only an intriguing subject that pulled people in, it was also fascinating enough to keep them engaged. She cleverly covers a wide range of topics, including fine art, fashion and wine, that piques the interest of all in attendance”.


“The response from the attendees of the Art of Investigating and Prosecuting Forgeries CLE has been extremely positive. Many especially noted the range of topics you touched on, and the unique information offered. Thank you for sharing your work and expertise in art forgeries. We appreciate your commitment to furthering legal scholarship on art and cultural heritage.”

Amanda Kaiser, Executive Director, New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association

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2020-04-06T05:42:24+00:00

Amanda Kaiser, Executive Director, New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association

“The response from the attendees of the Art of Investigating and Prosecuting Forgeries CLE has been extremely positive. Many especially noted the range of topics you touched on, and the unique information offered. Thank you for sharing your work and expertise in art forgeries. We appreciate your commitment to furthering legal scholarship on art and cultural heritage.”


"Colette Loll is a true superstar! Her lecture, "Fakes, Frauds, and the Art of Deception" was the highlight of the SBMA lecture series. Her subject is riveting on so many levels...and she presents it with such wit, charm, passion and enthusiasm that our audience did not want to let her go! They would have listened to her for hours. "

Jill Finsten, Ph.D., Director of Special Projects for the Study of Art and Culture,
Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

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2020-04-06T05:42:56+00:00

Jill Finsten, Ph.D., Director of Special Projects for the Study of Art and Culture,
Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

"Colette Loll is a true superstar! Her lecture, "Fakes, Frauds, and the Art of Deception" was the highlight of the SBMA lecture series. Her subject is riveting on so many levels...and she presents it with such wit, charm, passion and enthusiasm that our audience did not want to let her go! They would have listened to her for hours. "


"Colette Loll recently gave a dynamic, fast-paced lecture to a rapt, sold-out crowd for the Norfolk Society of Arts in Norfolk, Virginia.Her breadth of knowledge on art authentication issues, delivered in an engaging, accessible manner, is astounding."

Ann McCarthy, President, The Norfolk Society of Arts

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2020-04-06T05:43:46+00:00

Ann McCarthy, President, The Norfolk Society of Arts

"Colette Loll recently gave a dynamic, fast-paced lecture to a rapt, sold-out crowd for the Norfolk Society of Arts in Norfolk, Virginia.Her breadth of knowledge on art authentication issues, delivered in an engaging, accessible manner, is astounding."


“I was absolutely enthralled by Colette Loll, as was an entire audience this morning. She is more than fascinating, she’s captivating. Her subject is of interest to professional and layman alike, and she brings the search and the scoundrels to life."

Survey response from lecture attendee

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2020-04-06T05:44:38+00:00

Survey response from lecture attendee

“I was absolutely enthralled by Colette Loll, as was an entire audience this morning. She is more than fascinating, she’s captivating. Her subject is of interest to professional and layman alike, and she brings the search and the scoundrels to life."
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LECTURES

2020

September (TBD) | Muscarelle Museum of Art, William and Mary College, Williamsburg, VA

Month of August | Visiting Scholar, the W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, Jerusalem, Israel

May 19 | Modern Forgeries: The Scientific Analysis of Dead Sea Scroll Fragments in the Museum of the Bible Collection, Dead Sea Scrolls: A Public Conference, (NYU Virtual)

(Postponed) April 21 | Washington Decorative Arts Forum, Metropolitan Club, Washington, DC

(Postponed) March 15 | A Journey for the Truth: Investigating the Recent Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments, Museum of the Bible, Washington, DC

March 13 | A Journey for the Truth: Investigating the Recent Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments, Museum of the Bible, Washington, DC

2018

28-29 June | The Emerging Use of Traceable Forensic Markers in Cultural Heritage Protection, Transatlantic Cultural Property Crime Symposium, Queen Mary University, London

2 May | The Art and Science of Detecting Fakes, The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America, Cincinnati Art Museum, OH

12 April | Loxahatchee Country Club, Jupiter, FL

24 March | New Technologies Bringing Integrity to the Arts and Culture Sector, Scientific Program: 2nd International Conference on Artwork Expertise, Rio de Janiero, Brazil (POSTPONED NEW DATE TBD)

21 Jan | The Art and Science of Detecting Fakes, Cross Mackenzie Gallery, Georgetown, DC

2017

14 October | Good, Better, Best: Collecting for the 21st Century, Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, Winston-Salem, NC

13 September | The Norfolk Society of Arts Lecture Series, Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA

24 July | Keynote Address, Sea, Sand and Fraud 2017 International Anti-fraud training, Chalkidiki, Greece

1 June | Public Lecture, Treasures on Trial: The Art and Science of Detecting Fakes, Wilmington, DE

19 May | Art & Craft Screening and Q&A with Mark Landis, Winterthur Museum, Wilmington, DE

12 May | Art & Forensics: Authentication and Theft Prevention, New Jersey Association of Forensic Scientists Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ

4 April | Membership Tour, Treasures on Trial: The Art and Science of Detecting Fakes, Winterthur Museum, Wilmington, DE

2 April | Curator Led Tour, Treasures on Trial: The Stories Behind the Headlines, Winterthur Museum, Wilmington, DE

10 March | Keynote Address opening of the Sulgrave Art Show, Sulgrave Club, Washington, DC

2016

3 September | True of False? Fakes in the Art World, International Conference Artwork Expertise, Buenos Aires, Argentina

1 February | 2016 International Speakers Series, Vero Beach Museum of Art, FL

Fakes Forgeries, and the Art of Deception

2015

5-6 November | Art Talks @ Santa Barbara Museum of Art, CA

27  March | Dialogue with the Director, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, CA

19 March | National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON

16 March | Smithsonian Associates, Washington, DC

14 February | Oklahoma City Museum of Art, OK

4 February | Inspiring Minds, Denver, CO

January 22 | Maritime Museum, Roanoke, VA

2014

1 October | Canton Museum of Art, OH

24 July | The Last Pollock: Solving the Mystery, South Hampton Art Center, NY

21 May | John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL

9 March | Springfield Museums, MA

2013

8 November | ‘The Last Jackson Pollock’, Art From the Ground Up, SUNY Stony Brook University, New York, NY

2012

24 October | Fakes, Forgeries and Online Fraud, Interpol International Conference on Counterfeit Art, Lyon, France

PANELS

2020

February 6, Federal Bar Association, Art Law and Litigation Conference, The National Arts Club, New York, NY

2018

13 April | The Lawyers’ Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation 9th Annual Conference, Georgetown Law School, Washington, DC

24 March | Cultural Heritage CLE program, New Orleans Bar Association, George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts, New Orleans, LA

2017

15 November | Art Collecting: What you Should Know about the Law, Harvard Business School Club of New York, NY

2016

17 November | How Photography Influences Cross-Cultural Dialogue, Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC (Director of Marketing, Laila Jadallah)

13 April | Antiquities Coalition #CultureUnderThreat Task Force Report, Middle East Institute, Washington, DC

24 March | Slavery at Sea, 2016 Lecture Series, The Mariners Museum and Park, Newport New, VA (organizer)

4 March | Culture in the Crossfire: The Security and Policy Implications of the Trafficking and Destruction of Antiquities, Middlebury Institute for International Studies, Monterey, CA

3 March | Exhibiting Inauthentic: The Intent to Deceive, Romisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Conference (2016 Scholarship Awardee, Felicity Strong)

3 February | Art in Response to Conflict, Media Lounge Session at The College Art Association Annual Meeting, hosted by the Middle East Institute, Washington, DC (Project Manager, Laila Jadallah)

2015

2 December | Rethinking Art Authentication, New York City Bar Association, NY

June 25 | Art Authentication Issues, Art Business Forum, New York, NY

2014

November 9 | New York Appraisers Association, NY

WORKSHOPS

Art Fraud and XRF Workshop: Solving the Mystery of Photons and Forgery

2015

February 13 | Oklahoma City Museum of Art, OK

2014

May 23 | John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL