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 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7643225/Prince-Charles-hit-major-counterfeit-art-scandal.html
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. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/100m-works-of-art-on-loan-to-charles-are-mine-claims-us-forger-ck6g26pk2
Vanity Fair covers the story of Tony Tetro and how his forgeries made their way into Prince Charles’ stately home, Dumfries House. https://www.vanityfair.com/style/2019/11/prince-charles-art-fraud
Tony’s Monet, Picasso, and Dali find their way into Dumfries House the stately home that is the headquarters of Prince Charles’ charity headquarters. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/04/world/europe/prince-charles-fake-art-dumfries-house.html
On November 3rd 2019, it was revealed that Tony Tetro’s paintings which he did for British figure James Stunt, were used in a scheme to lend paintings to Dumfries House, the stately home of Prince Charles. An explosive story whose conclusion remains to be seen. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7643229/The-50million-conundrum-fake-Monet-hung-Prince-Charless-Dumfries-House.html
Tony is featured on the cover of Art Market Magazine. “Back in the early 1970s I went to the Uffizzi in Florence. I met an old man named Carlo, who was copying, I believe a Tintoretto, who taught me to paint flesh like the old masters…” http://artmarketmag.com/tony-tetro-an-interview-with-genius-art-forger/
Recently Tony appeared on the BBC television show, Fake of Fortune. In the episode the team investigates a Chagall with the help of Tony.