Tony’s work from James Stunt’s Royal caper in this full length feature article in Vanity Fair.

Tony’s work in the stately home of Prince Charles via Town & Country Magazine.

Art Critique. True or False. Extensive and insightful article.

Tony Tetro ranks among the world’s most talented art forgers — as Prince Charles found out the hard way. Three borrowed paintings were loaned for display at Dumfries House, the Scottish estate that is headquarters to the Prince’s Fund charity.

Another Tetro emulation is discovered in the Royal Collection at Dumfries House.

Oops, Prince Charles Allegedly Displayed $136-Million Worth of Forged Art.

Paris Match On Tony’s Forgerie Chez Prince Charles.

Tony’s Monet, Picasso, and Dali find their way into Dumfries House the stately home that is the headquarters of Prince Charles’ charity headquarters.

Unbeknownst to the artist, Tetro’s paintings are brought to Prince Charles’ stately home, Dumfries House by client, James Stunt. This is front page news on one of the UK’s largest circulation newspaper, The Mail on Sunday

The Times of London reports on Tony’s Monet, Dali, and Picasso and how they found their way into the collection of Dumfries House, Prince Charles’ stately home.