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    United States Government Returns Stolen Trove of Historic Archive Documents to Russia
    Date: 27 Feb 2011 | Views: 2328
    A trove of historic archive documents dating back to Catherine the Great that were stolen after the Soviet breakup were returned to Russia by the U.S. on Friday. More...
    Christie's Launches Spring 2011 Season of Post-War and Contemporary Art with First Open
    Date: 27 Feb 2011 | Views: 2241
    Christie’s New York announces First Open, an auction of Post-War and Contemporary Art to take place on March 10. The daring and innovative sale is robust with key works ranging from blue-chip artists such as Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg... More...
    Spanish King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia Open "The Prado in the Hermitage" Exhibition
    Date: 25 Feb 2011 | Views: 2207
    Spanish King Juan Carlos and his wife Queen Sofia on Friday presided over the opening of an exhibition of works from Madrid's Prado museum in Russia's imperial capital Saint Petersburg. More...
    Gauguin Masterpiece Leads Christie's Auction of Impressionist and Modern Art in London
    Date: 7 Feb 2011 | Views: 2414
    The Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Auction and the sale of The Art of the Surreal will take place on 9 February 2011 at 7pm with a pre-sale estimate of £73,880,000 to £109,060,000 (corresponding estimate in 2010: £56.5 million to £80.8 million). More...
    Art Historian Silvano Vinceti Claims Male Model Behind Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa
    Date: 4 Feb 2011 | Views: 2825
    A male apprentice, longtime companion and possible lover of Leonardo da Vinci was the main influence and a model for the "Mona Lisa" painting, an Italian researcher said Wednesday. More...
    Dispute Derails Art Loans From Russia
    Date: 3 Feb 2011 | Views: 2564
    Several paintings from Gauguin’s Tahitian period will probably be missing from a major exhibition of his work at the National Gallery of Art in Washington when it opens this month, as will a canvas in that museum’s coming show on the Venetian painter Canaletto and his rivals. More...
    Google Offers Virtual Tours of 17 of the Top Museums Using Street View Technology
    Date: 3 Feb 2011 | Views: 2277
    Google aims to bring the world's great art galleries into the home with a new website that offers virtual tours using Street View technology, the ability to build private collections and ultra-high resolution images. More...
    Egyptian artifacts in danger: antiquities chief
    Date: 1 Feb 2011 | Views: 2545
    Lesser known museums have been emptied of artifacts More...
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