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Sotheby’s Aims for Another Stellar Monet Sale
Life Is a Highway: Art and American Car Culture
Stunning Pissarro that Escaped Nazi Theft Heads to Auction
WWII Nearly Ended Her Career, Now a Jewish Painter Earns Late Recognition
Lotte Laserstein’s career flourished in the Weimar Republic. But she fled the Nazis and sank into obscurity. Now she has been rediscovered.
Bauhaus at 100: New Weimar Museum Welcomes the Avant-Garde Home
New Weimar Museum Welcomes the Avant-Garde Home
Sibling Rivalry in the Venetian Renaissance
Mantegna and Bellini's unique relationship pushed them to become innovative masters of their craft.
Max Beckmann bequest is a bonus and burden for Berlin Museums
The gift from the widow of Erhard Göpel, a dealer who worked for Hitler and engaged in the plunder of Jewish collections during World War II, raises ethical…
Wes Anderson Delves Into Deep Storage for Vienna Exhibition
Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and other Treasures
ignores traditional curating concepts to show an eclectic mix of the bizarre and beautiful.
Mad Meg, Monkeys and Mystery in Vienna’s Spectacular Bruegel Exhibition
Organizers bill it as a once-in-a-lifetime experience. They’re right.
Sweden’s Moderna Museet Comes Clean on Warhol Brillo Box Scandal
Stockholm revisits its 1968 exhibition of Andy Warhol–the artist’s first solo show in a museum
Rembrandt’s drawings—or not?
The reattribution of Rembrandt’s drawings 350 years later are revealing new things about the artist and his students.