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Ecuador Repatriates 567 Cultural Objects From Argentina and Spain

culturaypatrimonio / February 8th, 2016

Some 567 cultural objects have been returned to Ecuador by Argentina and Spain, according to minister of culture and heritage in Ecuador, Guillaume Long. Long announced on Feb. 3 that the objects were formally handed over in Quito, in ...

Isabelle Stanislas Table basse Low table in laque and metal Creation date : 2015 Limited edition 9 + 3 Dimensions : H 30 x L 40 x P 110 cm et H 30 x L 12 x P 110 cm 3 000 / 4 000 euros Calendar

Design: Artists-Decorators

/ April 6, 2016

For the second time, PIASA is teaming up with AD magazine on April 6 to stage an Artists-Decorators auction of furniture designed by designers-artists and interior architects. Over and beyond furniture's utilitarian purpose, the late...

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Secrets of the Pyramids: Is Another Egyptian Revival on the Horizon?

Beauty, Rarity, History...The M.S. Rau Antiques Blog / January 26th, 2016 08:43

Coffins, mummies, pyramids and ancient tombs – words that seem more at home in a film script have been recently seen flooding headlines. Archeologists and Egyptologists seem on the brink of a major discovery that would rock both the...

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Knoedler's Ann Freedman Settles Out of Court in Rothko Trial

New York Times / February 8th, 2016

Embattled gallerist Ann Freedman settled out of court with the buyers of a fake Mark Rothko painting on Sunday, reports The New York Times. Collectors Domenico and Eleanore De Sole were seeking $25 million in federal court from ...

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Chicago Group's Legal Action Disrupts Lucas Museum Plans

Chicago Tribune / February 7th, 2016

A spring groundbreaking for the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, planned to open on Chicago's prime lakefront property, may not happen. U.S. District Judge John Darrah ruled Thursday that the state's public trust doctrine may been ...

£2,500 - View of Lochnagar, or Beinn Chìochan, in the Grampians of Scotland near Balmoral.  by Prince Charles

Prince Charles Makes Millions For Charity From Prints of His Watercolors

Telegraph / February 4th, 2016

The Prince of Wales has become one of Britain’s most successful living artists, selling millions of pounds worth of prints of his paintings. An analysis of sales of limited edition lithographs conducted by Clarence House and ...

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Artists Make a Statement With Trump Campaign Bus

Hyperallergic / February 4th, 2016

David Gleeson and Mary Mihelic, cofounders of politically minded art collective T. Rutt, purchased their idea of artistic "raw material" on Craigslist---a Trump campaign bus once used in Des Moines, Iowa, by the Republican presidential ...

Among the looted antiquities found in a Geneva freeport and returned to Rome.

Dozens of Looted Antiquities Tied to U.K. Art Dealer Returned to Italy

Independent / February 2nd, 2016

Two "priceless" Etruscan earthenware sarcophaguses and 45 boxes of “exceptional pieces of ancient Etruscan art” were taken from a Geneva freeport and returned to Rome on January 14.  “The antiquities had been brought to Geneva by a ...

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