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On Friday (10 February) The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam are opening the largest exhibition on Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer ever - displaying 28 of his masterpieces.
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Watch this artist make political portraits from a mountain of plastic
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Qatar artwork enters Guinness World Records as biggest painting ever
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How these students uncovered a long-lost pre-Hispanic mural in Peru
After a four-year search, a team of archaeologists, led by Sam Ghavanmi, have found a 1,000-year-old mural, known as the "Huaca Pintada," in a village in Lambayeque, northern Peru.
Ashes to artwork: UK artist puts father's ashes into painting
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Art dealer arrested for selling forged paintings of Old Masters
Some of his famous clients included the Louvre museum in Paris and the Prince of Liechtenstein.
Nose picking and household furniture: Two new Warhol paintings on sale
Andy Warhol's nephew has put two early paintings of the pop artist on sale for the first time in New York
Climate activists "underestimate the fragility" of artworks
A statement, cosigned by nearly a hundred museum directors, has warned of the damage to artworks involved targeted by environmental activists.
Art collection smashes historic record with $1.5 billion sale
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s art collection smashes record with $1.5 billion sale
Dutch artwork long thought to be a copy is a real Rembrandt
Painting has been lying forgotten in a corner of the Bredius Museum in The Hague thought to be by a follower of the 17th century master Rembrandt. Now it has been shown to be an original by the painter famous for work like "The Night Watch"
National tribute to be held for French painter Pierre Soulages
For the abstract artist, there was just one colour: black. He spent a lifetime exploring the light within it.
Searching for the Eternal: Celebrating the art of painting on stone
A new exhibition in Rome explores painters from the 17th century who used stone instead of canvas after numerous works of art were looted during invasions. They sought to make their art last forever.
Matisse's "The Red Studio" takes pride of place in Denmark display
For the first time in more than a century, many of the paintings and sculptures in Henri Matisse’s 'The Red Studio' have been brought together for a new exhibition.
LS Lowry's iconic painting remains in public hands after record sale
Going to the Match went for the most money a Lowry painting has ever sold for. It had been feared a private buyer would rob the public of seeing the masterpiece.
Would you buy this painting by King Charles III?
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Andy Warhol and Prince share stage in Supreme Court copyright case
Andy Warhol, and Prince are sharing the spotlight in a copyright case before the US Supreme Court that could affect the estates and foundations of thousands of artists.
Rendez-vous: the best of art and culture in Europe
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Vincent Van Gogh exhibit celebrates life of Dutch artist
Vincent Van Gogh’s famous self-portrait is on display outside of the Netherlands for the first time since it was restored two years ago.