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Goudreaux Painting Will Return to Kiev Museum

Goudreaux Painting Will Return to Kiev Museum

Museum of Western and Oriental Art in Kiev, also known as the Bogdan and Varvara Khanenko Museum of Art, has been searching for masterpieces that disappeared from the institution’s art collection during the Second World War for many years. The ...

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$170 Million for “Judith Beheading Holofernes”

$170 Million for “Judith Beheading Holofernes”

The large canvas artwork “Judith Beheading Holofernes,” which, according to some experts, was created by Italian artist Caravaggio, can be put up for sale this summer. Despite the fact that art experts have not come to a consensus about the ...

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A Renaissance Sculpture Was Attributed to Michelangelo

A Renaissance Sculpture Was Attributed to Michelangelo

The terracotta pieta discovered two decades ago turned out to be a real treasure. Art critics, who have done a long detective work, proved that the exquisite terracotta figure of Mary with Christ in her arms is, indeed, the work ...

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Herculaneum’s Archaeological Museum Is Finally Open

Herculaneum’s Archaeological Museum Is Finally Open

Although Herculaneum is not as popular among tourists as neighboring Pompeii, the archaeological value of the local excavations is equally high. The building for the Herculaneum’s Archaeological Museum was ready more than 40 years ago, but only recently the Antiquarium has opened ...

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TEFAF’s New Vetting Policy

TEFAF’s New Vetting Policy

TEFAF’s new vetting policy has brought the first fruits: the most prestigious fair of classical art, which is held in Maastricht from 16 to 24 March, will open its doors for 38 new participants. TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) ...

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Famous Paintings by Rembrandt Will Go to Cologne and Prague

Famous Paintings by Rembrandt Will Go to Cologne and Prague

The Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud in Cologne and the National Gallery in Prague announced a joint project – an exhibition of famous paintings by Rembrandt, which will be held in 2019-2020. Two well-known and fascinating, but somewhat mysterious artworks will ...

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Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition at the Louvre Museum

Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition at the Louvre Museum

This year promises to be rich and productive for the world’s art scene. In 2019, the art world will widely celebrate the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, and the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt’s, while the celebration ...

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Fantasy Architecture: First Exhibition Dedicated to Jean-Jacques Lequeu

Fantasy Architecture: First Exhibition Dedicated to Jean-Jacques Lequeu

The first exhibition entirely dedicated to Jean-Jacques Lequeu and his fantasy architecture on paper takes place in the Petit Palais, City of Paris Fine Art Museum. Very little is known about bizarre draughtsman and architect Jean-Jacques Lequeu (1757-1826). He was ...

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“Heroines + Heroes” – The Exhibition of Botticelli’s Art Works

“Heroines + Heroes” – The Exhibition of Botticelli’s Art Works

A small exhibition of Botticelli’s art works titled “Heroines + Heroes” at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston is the first demonstration of the revolutionary narrative paintings of the Early Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli, who is known for such ...

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Renaissance and Contemporary Art: Bill Viola and Michelangelo Exhibition

Renaissance and Contemporary Art: Bill Viola and Michelangelo Exhibition

The Royal Academy of Arts in London has recently opened the exhibition titled “Bill Viola / Michelangelo. Life Death Rebirth.” Сombining Renaissance and contemporary art, it features 14 drawings by Michelangelo, as well as his famous marble tondo “Madonna with Child and ...

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