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A piece by French impressionist Edward Degas has been retitled by the National Gallery from 'Russian Dancers' to 'Ukrainian Dancers' to reflect the true origin of the artwork.
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Russian painting worth €1 million vandalised by 'bored' security guard
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Cézanne drawing lost for decades rediscovered in auction
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Gainsborough's Blue Boy is back in town a century after it left
The painting had hung at the gallery for three weeks in the winter of 1922 before making its way across the Atlantic Ocean after it was bought by a US collector from the Duke of Westminster.
Saatchi exhibition highlights equality struggle of Black America
'America in Crisis' is born out of a 1960s photography concept of the same name, which explored the American Dream versus reality at a time of great change and division.
Mural exploring mental health on display at Saatchi Gallery in London
The artwork was created in situ and has been on display at the 'Journeys: The Healing Arts' exhibition.
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Public portrait gallery of conflict casualties taken down by Taliban
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All the airports around the world that double as art galleries
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Step inside masterpieces at this immersive art exhibition in Dubai
Art fans are immersing themselves in timeless masterpieces with the help of virtual reality technology. This Dubai-based exhibition features works from Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet and Edvard Munch
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