When asked about copies and forgeries of paintings, Sharon Flescher, executive director of International Foundation for Art Research, said that as many as 70Êpercent or more of works submitted to IFARs Authentication Research Service are not by the artist to whom the art was attributed.
What does IFAR stand for?
IFAR stands for International Foundation for Art Research (research organization for visual art works)
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We have 6 other meanings of IFAR in our Acronym Attic
- Institut Français d'Archéologie du Proche-Orient (French: French Institute of Archaeology of the Near East)
- International Federation of Associations of Pharmaceutical Physicians (est. 1975; Woerden, Netherlands)
- Infrequently Asked Questions
- Investment and Financial Advice Qualification
- Initial Fire Support Automation System
- Institute for Aging Research
- Interdisziplinäre Forschungsgruppe Abrüstung, Rüstungskontrolle und Risikotechnologien (German: Interdisciplinary Research Group on Arms Control and Disarmament)
- International Fanconi Anemia Registry (research and support group)
- International Food Assistance Report
- International Forum for Aviation Research (Germany)
- International Fund for Agricultural Research
- International Fund for Avian Research (bird support organization)
- Item Frequency Analysis Report
- Integrated Fleet Aerial Refueling Assessment
- International Foundation for Alternative Research in AIDS
- Individual Flight Activity Reporting System
- Independent Fee Appraiser, Senior (National Association of Independent Fee Appraisers)
- Industrial Fund Accounting System
- Institut Français d'Afrique du Sud (French: French Institute of South Africa)
- Institut für Fluidtechnische Antriebe und Steuerungen (Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Controls; RWTH-Aachen, Germany)
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To find stolen artwork, police typically submit photographs and vital statistics to the International Foundation for Art Research, a worldwide database of stolen art.
He is currently a member of the distribution committee of the New York Community Trust, Vice Chairman of the Governing Board of the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven and Chairman of the Board of the International Foundation for Art Research in New York.