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Hidden self-portrait of Van Gogh discovered behind another painting
Conservators have found a self-portrait of Vincent Van Gogh behind his masterpeice 'Head of a Peasant Woman', but how was it discovered?
This museum has a painting you can smell
The scents of flowers, animals and gloves can be sniffed in a 17th century painting at the Museo del Prado in Madrid.
Napoleon's relatives sue far-right MP for 'rare' name change
Emmanuel Taché de la Pagerie is a member of Marine Le Pen’s far-right party and faces legal action by descendants of Empress Joséphine de Beauharnais - Napoleon's wife.
3 European cultural events you need to know about this weekend
Climate change takes centre stage at art exhibitions in London and Madrid. Meanwhile, romance is at the heart of the Cabourg Film Festival in France.
Warhol's Marilyn Monroe painting sold for record-breaking €185 million
Andy Warhol’s iconic Marilyn Monroe portrait sells for a record $195m (€185m), shattering the auction record for an American artist
Mystery buyer revealed in tussle with Louvre over €24.4m still life
After the 18th-century 'Basket of Wild Strawberries' sold at auction in March, the Louvre swept in to get it declared a national treasure of France, barring its export for two and a half years.
UK: A humanoid robot paints portraits
A robot called Ai-Da can paint portraits like humans thanks to its new arm equipped with robotics and artificial intelligence technologies.
Russian painting worth €1 million vandalised by 'bored' security guard
Anna Leporskaya's 1930s painting 'Three Figures' is being restored in Moscow after a security guard drew two sets of eyes on the faceless forms.
Series on childhood arrives at the late Joaquín Sorolla's Spanish home
A collection of work depicting the theme of childhood by the Spanish 'Master of Light' will be displayed Sorolla Museum this year.
Prince Charles unveils Holocaust survivor portrait series
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall spent Holocaust Memorial Day with 'seven remarkable individuals' who sat for a set of portraits displayed in the Queen's Gallery.
Francis Bacon exhibit - blurring the lines between humans and animals
Spanning Bacon’s 50-year career, the 'Francis Bacon: Man and Beast' exhibition includes some of Bacon’s earliest works and his last-ever painting
Rembrandt's 'The Night Watch' lies 'flat on its belly' for restoration
Completed in 1642, the painting, which measures 3.8 x 4.5 metres and weighs 337 kilograms, is rich in details. It portrays the captain of an Amsterdam city militia ordering his men into action.
Watercolours painted by Prince Charles on display in London gallery
A collection of 79 watercolours painted by none other than the heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, are on display at the Garrison Chapel in London
Why are Barcelona’s rooftops being painted white?
The capital of Catalonia could be about to undergo a makeover - here’s why
'I paint hope': Young Syrian painter dreams of a European escape
16-year-old Roaa Tanari has spent most of her life living among the ruins of Syria's war.
Priceless Rembrandt painting to be stretched to reverse deformations
Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum has announced plans to re-stretch Rembrandt van Rijn's iconic painting 'The Night Watch', reverse deformations found in its top-left corner.
Meet the artist fixing potholes with ceramics to urge street repairs
Ivan Kravchenko, a 26-year old ceramics artist, is plugging Russia's notoriously potholed roads with beautiful painted patches.
Serbia: Clashes over mural of convicted war criminal Ratko Mladic
Several NGOs said they would gather to remove the mural on the International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism, but Serbia's police banned the rally.
'Portrait of a Lady': After years of 'hiding', Klimt work now on show
Mystery swirls around 'Portrait of a Lady', a Gustav Klimt painting believed to have been stolen - and later found not hanging on a wall, but stashed inside one.
Lyon exhibits the art of a Spanish exile turned painter
Displayed on the walls of the Fort de Vaise at the Renaud Foundation, the exhibition has been sponsored by the Consulate of Spain in Lyon.
Pablo Picasso artworks sell for a combined $109 million in Las Vegas
The nine paintings and two ceramic pieces had been displayed inside the Picasso restaurant at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art for more than two decades.
Shredded Banksy artwork sells for nearly €22 million at auction
'Love is in the Bin': Shredded Banksy artwork sells for nearly €22 million at auction
This 19th century portrait of Chopin was found at a flea market
Thrifted at a Polish flea market in the early 1990s, a peeling portrait of the virtuoso pianist has finally been restored and dated back to the 19th century.
Man jailed for stealing Van Gogh and Hals paintings from Dutch museums
The court described him as an 'incorrigible and calculating criminal.'
Exhibition for dogs displays artwork at their eye-level
At this exhibition in Hong Kong, dogs are able to get up close and personal with art
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Akmo, the artist who found her voice in Dubai
Meet Akmo, a talented artist and entrepreneur originally from Kyrgyzstan. At the age of 18, she moved to Dubai and five years later she has a successful singing career and has established a thriving business.