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    Thai Artifacts Stolen Property, Say Feds
    Date: 15 Feb 2008 | Views: 3645
    IT just might rank as one of the biggest accidental discoveries in archaeology. In the summer of 1966 a Harvard student named Steve Young was living in a village in the northeast reaches of Thailand... More...
    Should Museums Really Be Returning Art?
    Date: 11 Feb 2008 | Views: 9261
    As museums ship ancient treasures back to the countries where they were found, some are now saying: Enough. More...
    China overtakes France
    Date: 10 Feb 2008 | Views: 2694
    China is the third most important art market by value, replacing France, which has long held the coveted spot, after New York and London, a leading economist has said. More...
    Russia creates online database of Nazi-looted art
    Date: 10 Feb 2008 | Views: 2548
    The Russian government has set up a website detailing some 46,000 of the country's artworks missing due to looting by the Nazis during the Second World War. More...
    T-Rays Reveal Hidden Art Harmlessly
    Date: 10 Feb 2008 | Views: 2740
    Forget X-rays. Scientists from the University of Michigan are using T-rays, a benign form of electromagnetic radiation, to see artwork hidden for centuries by paint or plaster. More...
    No signs of a City cash crisis as Francis Bacon brings home £26m record
    Date: 8 Feb 2008 | Views: 2427
    “When I die, my paintings won’t be worth anything, I’ll be forgotten,” Francis Bacon once told a friend. How wrong the artist, who died in 1992, was. More...
    Graffiti artist's Kate Moss image fetches $191,000
    Date: 8 Feb 2008 | Views: 2635
    English graffiti artist Banksy's screen print of supermodel Kate Moss sold for $191,000 at a street-art auction in London. More...
    Picasso Sells for $11.3 Million in London as Market Nerves Ease
    Date: 5 Feb 2008 | Views: 2631
    A Picasso painting of his mistress Dora Maar fetched 5.7 million pounds ($11.3 million) at a Christie's International auction last night in London as dealers said demand held up in the year's first test of the impressionist and modern art market. More...
    Christie's, Sotheby's Offer Record $847 Million Art
    Date: 5 Feb 2008 | Views: 4784
    Christie's International and Sotheby's will offer a record 429 million pounds ($847 million) of art this month in London, testing collectors' demand after European stocks had their worst-ever January. More...
    The Alan G. and Jane A. Lehman Foundation Gives $3 Million Gift to Establish Named Curatorship
    Date: 5 Feb 2008 | Views: 2500
    Richard Armstrong, The Henry J. Heinz II Director at Carnegie Museum of Art announced today that Dr. Ellen Lehman has made a $3 million gift to Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh ’s Building the Future campaign More...
    ASU Art Museum Receives $1.4 Million Bequest from German Artist
    Date: 5 Feb 2008 | Views: 2569
    Wilhelmine “Helme” Prinzen passed away in late 2007 and left her more than $1 million estate in Paradise Valley to the ASU Art Museum, part of the Herberger College of the Arts at Arizona State University. More...
    Christie's Auction of Impressionist & Modern Art Realizes $207.4 Million
    Date: 5 Feb 2008 | Views: 3806
    This evening’s auction of Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale including The Art of the Surreal at Christie’s, the world’s leading art business, realised £105,372,000 ($207,372,096 /ˆ139,617,900), the second highest total for an art auction in Europe. More...
    Christie's To Hold Inaugural evening Sale of Asian Contemporary Art
    Date: 1 Feb 2008 | Views: 3165
    Christie’s, the world’s leading art business, announced today that its first ever Evening Sale of Asian Contemporary Art and Chinese 20th Century Art will be held in Hong Kong on May 24, 2008. More...
    The Maritime Art sale at Christie's Totaled $2.3 Million
    Date: 1 Feb 2008 | Views: 3309
    The Maritime Art sale at Christie's in New York totaled $2,380,875, with Night Suspect, a Montague Dawson canvas, leading the sale at $241,000. More...

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