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‘Painting isn’t dead’ contends London’s Saatchi Gallery.
Living canvasses: from 3D to 2D
3D may be all the craze, but US artist Alexa Meade is bucking the trend.
Stolen Van Gogh paintings recovered by Italian police
The masterpieces, stolen more than a decade ago in Amsterdam, were found in a house linked to an international drug trafficker in Castellammare di Stabia, near Naples.
Syrian children's paintings on display in Shanghai
A non-governmental organization in China is exhibiting paintings by Syrian children to raise awareness about the migrants crisis from the war-torn country.
Capturing wildlife on Art Safari
A group of safari artists have the privilege to create a still life of the fastest land animal, the cheetah, at the Na an Kuse Game Reserve, Namibia.
John Marshall: the man who paints cows
British painter John Marshall has spent the last decade deliberately restricting himself to just one subject: the humble cow.
Four Dutch masterpieces stolen from museum show up in Ukraine
Four Dutch masterpieces dating from the country’s 17th-century Golden Age have been recovered by security services in Ukraine over 10 years after
Painting found in French attic could be 120m euro Caravaggio
It was a chance discovery, made by a family looking for a leak in their attic. But is a painting found in the French city of Toulouse the work of
Is that a Caravaggio in the attic?
A leaky roof turns into a lucky break for one family from Toulouse
'Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse'
It has been a wildly popular exhibition, but now London’s Royal Academy of Art’s show, Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse is in its final
Bosch is back! 500 years on, Dutch artist's works return to hometown
It is an historic homecoming for an illustrious son. Exactly 500 years after his death, most of the fantastical works of painter Hieronymus Bosch
Jonathan Yeo adopts actress Cara Delevingne for new exhibition
Jonathan Yeo is one of the UK’s most highly regarded portrait artists. He is known for his portrayal of famous subjects, from politicians and royalty
2015: a record-breaking year at auction
Auctioneers have had a busy year. Hammers have been brought down around the world to seal the fate of objects which have achieved huge sums. Some
Modigliani nude fetches record $170 million at auction
A nude painting by Amedeo Modigliani has just fetched a record price of $170.4 million for the Italian artist – and achieved the second highest price
The Golden Age of selfies
Back in the 17th century there was no such thing as a smartphone, but selfies did exist in a way. The Mauritshuis museum in The Hague currently has an exhibition showcasing such images.
Bones found in Florence likely belong to 'Mona Lisa'
Experts think that bone fragments found at a monastery in Florence likely belong to the woman many people believe was immortalised in the “Mona
Boy punches hole in 17th century Italian masterpiece
This is the moment a 12-year-old boy trips and puts a fist through a 350-year-old painting valued at more than US$ 1.5 million (1.3million
Picasso painting seized in Corsican port
French customs officials have seized a Picasso painting worth 25 million euros from a boat moored in the Corsican port of Calvi. There were concerns
Pump up the volume: essence of Botero's sculptures revealed in Spoleto exhibition
He is one of Latin America’s most celebrated artists. Colombian painter and sculptor Fernando Botero’s voluptuous figures are considered a
Photojournalist makes a call on the past with mobile phone
Have you ever given any thought about how figures from old masterpieces would look in everyday situations? Well this is what a Hungarian