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Philippines Seizes Artwork from Imelda Marcos

Reuters / September 30th, 2014

Authorities in the Philippines said Tuesday that they entered the office and residences of lawmaker Imelda Marcos and seized eight paintings, including a Picasso.

Albert Oehlen, Ohne Titel, 1993, oil on printed fabric, 94.49 x 94.49 in (240 x 240 cm).  Calendar


New YorkNovember 4 - December 20, 2014

Skarstedt announces an exhibition of German artist Albert Oehlen’s iconic fabric paintings, dating from 1992-1998, at their uptown gallery this fall. Instead of utilizing pristine canvas, Oehlen gained notoriety for his use of patterned...

The ethereal light of the moon cast a glow upon this nocturnal dock scene painted by Grimshaw in 1883 entitled "Whitby"Blogs

Truth to Nature: The Paintings of John Atkinson Grimshaw

Beauty, Rarity, History...The M.S. Rau Antiques BlogSeptember 17th, 2014 15:33

The consummate, self-taught Victorian artist John Atkinson Grimshaw possessed an unquestionable gift for painting. The influence of the Pre-Raphaelite Movement is apparent throughout Grimshaw’s oeuvre, and he worked these ideals to...

Leonardo da Vinci’s Lady with an Ermine had multiple versions, as discovered by French scientist Pascal Cotte.

New Science Peels Through da Vinci's Process

Guardian / September 30th, 2014

A French scientist has developed a new analytic technique that reveals the working methods of Leonardo da Vinci.

Saint Sebastian, c.  1632-34, newly attributed to Guercino.

'Sopranos' Actor Discovers Multimillion-Dollar Guercino

NY Post / September 30th, 2014

A 17th-century painting by Guercino worth millions of dollars was discovered in Germany by 'Sopranos' star Federico Castellucio.

“Ballerina Adjusting Her Slipper” by the French painter Edgar Degas was stolen from a home in Cyprus on Monday.

A $7.6 Million Degas Painting Stolen from Cyprus Residence

Bloomberg / September 30th, 2014

A painting by famed Impressionist Edgar Degas was stolen from a home in Limassol, Cyprus, on Monday.

Charlie Hunter, “Marble Works, Danby, VT, 1963,” based on a photo in the Vermont Historical Society’s collection.  The marble was used in building the Beinecke Rare Book Library at Yale University.

Vermont Artist Charlie Hunter Takes on the State's Gritty Side

VT Digger / September 29th, 2014

Paintings of Vermont often evoke a romanticized vision of red barns, rolling hills and vibrant foliage or sparkling snow. Artist Charlie Hunter creates the opposite, in what he describes as “murky paintings of decaying American infrastructure"...

Graffiti artist Oz was killed by a train in Hamburg, Germany.

Graffiti Artist Oz Killed by Train in Germany

Guardian / September 29th, 2014

Graffiti artist Oz, known for creating about 120,000 tags throughout Germany, was hit and killed by a train in Hamburg on Thursday night.

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