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Ancient inscriptions found at Noah's ark site
01 October 2001
A stone which appears to bear ancient inscriptions related to Noah's Ark has been found in eastern Turkey at a place known as the Durupinar formation. This site is located about 12 miles south of...

Madonna resuscitated
01 November 2001
A long lost painting of royal provenance depicting the Madonna and Child Christ by Renaissance master Andrea del Sarto (1486-1530) has been rediscovered recently, the Daily Telegraph reported on...

A historical painting by Jacques-Louis David to be sold in Paris
01 November 2001
The painting Jacques-Louis David submitted to the French Academy with the hope of snatching the much-coveted Rome Prize in 1772 will be sold on March 18th 2002 at Drouot. Titled “Les Niobides” and...

A fake Picasso work in a roving exhibition
01 November 2001
A major exhibition entitled “Erotic Picasso” was inaugurated on October 25th 2001 at the Museu Picasso in Barcelona but prompted swift criticism from a specialist regarding a known fake work he...

Christie's first sale in Paris
01 December 2001
Following the introduction of the reform of the auctioning profession in France, which became effective from November 29th 2001 and one week after Sotheby's opening sale in the French capital,...

Vasarely Court case
01 December 2001
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Valuable documents stolen by two American researchers returned to France
01 April 2002
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) returned on April 2nd 2002 valuable historical documents to French authorities 14 years after these were stolen from the French National Archives. These...

Sotheby's chairman sentenced
01 April 2002
Sotheby's chairman Alfred Taubman was sentenced on April 22nd 2002 to a one and one day year jail term and a US $ 7,5 million fine by a New York court for having illegally fixed buyers' premiums with...

Battle over the Larionov succession
01 July 2002
A Paris Court will soon decide whether the two nephews of the second wife of Russian artist Michel Larionov (1881-1964) are entitled to receive part of his succession largely given to the Russian...

Modigliani: another dispute over a painting long considered as a masterpiece
01 July 2002
The relationship between the Wildenstein Institute and art historian Marc Restellini, who has been in charge of preparing the new catalogue raisonné of Modigliani's painted works due to be published...

THE MAASTRICHT FAIR : A POOR EDITION IN TIME OF WAR
01 March 2003
The Maastricht antique fair held between March 13th and 20th 2003 failed to meet success as a result of the war launched by the United States against Iraq. The 213 exhibitors of this prestigious art...

The involvement of the Russian Mafia in the art world becomes rather violent
01 November 2005
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