Here's a detective story worthy of Fake or Fortune? According to Italian scholar Antonio Forcellino, he has found a lost Michelangelo painting in the University of Oxford residence Campion Hall: Crucifixion With The Madonna, St John And Two Mourning Angels. It was thought to be by Marcello Venusti. Since its "discovery" it has been removed to the Ashmolean Museum for safekeeping (title link). I wasn't impressed by the graphic posted by the BBC, so I did a little image Googling and found two more versions of this Crucifixion. On the left is a superb black chalk drawing by Michelangelo held in the British Museum (CLICK). In the middle is a copy of the Michelangelo ascribed to Vittoria Colonna (CLICK). On the right is the Campion Hall painting by Marcello Venusti (CLICK). If you view all three paintings, you'll see that the anatomy and posturing in the Venusti copy is pathetic. Sorry, Antonio. It's a bummer.