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FBI offers $25K Reward for art stolen from Missouri Museum

The FBI has offered up to $25,000 as a reward for information on seven Andy Warhol prints stolen from a Missouri art museum last week. The “Campbell’s Soup” prints, ...Read More...

New York Public Library Releases 180,000 Digitized Items For Free Use

New York: The New York Public Library announcedyesterday that 180,000 out-of-copyright materials from its digital collections are now available for download, no permission required. This is, according to the ...Read More...

ISIS’s Destruction of Cultural Heritage Sites

In 2014, the militant group calling themselves the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria began destroying cultural heritage sites and artifacts—mosques and shrines, churches, and ancient and medieval monuments—in ...Read More...

Artist Draws Inspiration From New England Winters and India Summers

Not many artists in the Upper Valley can claim to draw inspiration from both the landscapes of northern New England and the bustling towns of southern India, but Bruce ...Read More...

Miniatures Hit Sotheby’s for Indian and Islamic Art Week

“When you have a Mughal-period picture like The Emperor Bahadur Shah II Enthroned, 1707, a gouache and gold on paper by Bhavanidas, that has all of the desirable hallmarks—beautiful ...Read More...

Have researchers unlocked the mystery of Mona Lisa’s famously enigmatic smile?

British experts have studied another masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci, and believe they know how her smile appears most pronounced when viewed from an angle and less so when ...Read More...

US-Based Surgeon Artist Pays Homage to Punjab’s Village Life

NEW DELHI: For US-based surgeon turned painter Shivdev Singh, memories of a Punjab he left behind over 40 years ago find expression in art – a mix of oils, ...Read More...

Indian-origin artist’s work to be displayed in New Zealand

WELLINGTON: An Indian-descent artist’s works based on her understanding of Buddhism will be put on display at Auckland’s Fo Guang Shan Temple and Malcolm Smith Gallery from September 27 ...Read More...

Rare works by Indian artist found

He was India’s answer to Andy Warhol. A socialist, homosexual, figurative painter who mixed ordinary daily life with fantasy. Now, two distinctive pieces by Bhupen Khakhar have surfaced from ...Read More...

Anish kapoor on vandalism, instagram,

“If hate stops public experimentation, we all lose,” Anish Kapoor said at a press conference on Monday at Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, where “My Red Homeland,” a ...Read More...
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