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The marbles — 17 figures and part of a frieze that decorated the 2,500-year-old Acropolis monument — were taken by Lord Elgin, the British ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, in the early 19th century.
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Yesterday marked the return of some of the African kingdom's treasured bronze statues - after over a century of waiting.
Back to Black at 15: Giant heart sculptures celebrate Amy Winehouse
North London's Camden Town continues its enduring embrace of the singer's legacy with two new sculptures that celebrate the multi-Grammy winning album.
Berlin highlights art from female sculptor banned under Nazi Germany
Louise Stomps' woodwork went beneath the radar in Berlin for decades. Now, the Verborgne Museum are displaying her little known works to reimagine her influence in a different time.
Experience Frieze London 2021 in pictures
Take a look at scenes from Frieze London 2021, as the contemporary art fair makes its return to Regent's Park.
Egyptian artist carves pencil tips into tiny statues of pharaohs
With just a knife, brush and pencil, Ibrahim Belal creates miniature sculptures of the most prominent Pharaonic and Egyptian landmarks.
Art student had 'no racist motive' when plastering slavery statue
Modeste Testas (the subject of the statue), apparently Ethiopian, was bought as a teenager in 1781 by two brothers from Bordeaux then taken to their sugar plantation in the Caribbean
The magnificent outdoor art in remote locations all over the UK
From the fishing town of Folkestone to the Scottish island of Bute, here's a guide to all the giant works of art along the way.
Giant whale sculpture saved runaway train from breaking speed limit
An underground train that miraculously landed on a giant whale tail sculpture in the Netherlands derailed due in part to speed, an official report has said.
E-waste effigies near G7 venue mimic leaders attending weekend summit
A sculpture made entirely from waste electronic items has been built in the style of Mount Rushmore and has been placed near the venue of the G7 summit.
How are these underwater sculptures protecting marine life?
The six mask-like sculptures are designed to encourage flora and fauna to return to the seabed.
Meet Winston Churchill in new exhibition at Blenheim Palace
A life-size sculpture of Winston Churchill has been unveiled as part of Blenheim Palace’s new Churchill exhibition.
All the airports around the world that double as art galleries
At these airports, you can combine an art experience with your arrival or departure.
Polka dots and pumpkins: Artist Yayoi Kusama showcases seventy years of her work
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is exhibiting sculptures and art inside and outside in Berlin and in New York, with her signature polka dots and infinity rooms.
French city of Valloire holds 38th snow sculpture competition
As many as 15 teams compete against each other, all starting with a big block of ice measuring 4m high.
Russia's premier Ice Sculpting competition gets underway in Perm
Sculptors will spend five days perfecting their frozen creations before judges choose the winners.
Whale tail sculpture saves Dutch metro train from dangerous fall
It happened at the final stop on the metro line in the town of Spijkenisse, on the southern edge of Rotterdam.
New Pope John Paul II sculpture unveiled in Warsaw
The sculpture, titled "Poisoned Source", shows the Polish pope holding a meteorite high over a pool of red water representing blood.
World's largest bronze gorilla sculpture grabs New Yorkers' attention
The artists were inspired by the animal's empathy and kindness.
The Native American Memorial Set to Be Bigger than Mount Rushmore
Designed by Polish sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski in 1948, this ambitious mountain carving in South Dakota promises to dwarf Mount Rushmore. If completed, the Crazy Horse Memorial will stand at 195 metres wide and 172 metres high, making it the largest monument on earth.