“Finally, a book about art and the wealthy,” says Maclean’s, the Canadian newsweekly. “Michael Gross‘s unauthorized look at the Metropolitan Museum of Art… starts with its first director, a fake Italian count — neither the Met’s first nor last acquisition of dubious title. There’s also J. Pierpont Morgan and various Rockefellers, Anna Wintour and Johnny Rotten, plus art scandals, vicious social manoeuvring and wretched excess of all sorts, all part of the story of America’s foremost temple to art and riches.