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Trove Of Artifacts Trumpets African-American Triumphs

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Eugen Darie has admitted to being part of a Romanian gang that stole seven works by masters including Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse from a Rotterdam museum last October. Vadim Ghirda/AP hide caption

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Zhao Mengfu was the preeminent painter and calligrapher of the early Yuan dynasty (1279-1368). His Sheep And Goat scroll is estimated to be worth $100 million. Courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution hide caption

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Conserving Priceless Chinese Paintings Is An Art All Its Own

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Sculptor and writer Barbara Chase-Riboud is troubled by race-based groupings. She currently has an exhibition of work inspired by Malcolm X at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art hide caption

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What Do We Mean When We Talk About 'Latino Art'?

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Anselm Kiefer's Velimir Chlebnikov, a series of 30 paintings devoted to the Russian philosopher who posited that war is inevitable, is on display at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. MASS MoCA hide caption

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Kiefer's Bleak Horrors Of War Fill An Entire Building

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Museum director Alex Rueger (L) and Dutch artist Jeroen Krabbe stand in front of Vincent van Gogh's long-lost Sunset at Montmajour at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. The 1888 landscape painting from the height of the Dutch master's career had been abandoned for years in a Norwegian attic on the belief that it was a forgery. Lex van Lieshout/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Robert Henri's 1913 Figure in Motion was a realistic, but bold response to Matisse's and Duchamp's nudes. Terra Foundation for American Art, Chicago, Ill. hide caption

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In 1913, A New York Armory Filled With Art Stunned The Nation

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Gharem's solo exhibition at Edge of Arabia's gallery space in London ran from Oct. 8 - Nov. 8. Alex Maguire/Edge of Arabia hide caption

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Saudi Soldier Questions Authority With Art (And Plastic Wrap)

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Art Revolution Blooms After Arab Spring

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A painting by German artist Franz Marc titled Horses in Landscape is projected on a wall during a press conference on the spectacular art find of nearly 1,500 works in Munich, Germany. Officials say they face a long investigation into the hoarded art. Marc Mueller/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Ifnoyes.com sold at an art auction in New York for $3,500. The artist, Rafael Rozendaal, compares owning a website to owning a public sculpture in a park. Rafael Rozendaal hide caption

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Andy Warhol kept much of the ephemera of his daily life in boxes called Time Capsules, now at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. This correspondence addressed to Warhol at his studio, The Factory, comes from Time Capsule 10. Lauren Ober/NPR hide caption

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Dead Bees, Nail Clippings And Priceless Art In Warhol's 'Time Capsules'

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American artist Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) looks up while seated at his drawing table, circa 1945. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Behind Rockwell's Idyllic America, There Were A Lot Of Therapy Bills

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A necklace of Saint Januarius, in gold, silver and precious stones, is displayed in Rome. The riches are from a treasure trove in Naples that is said to be worth more than the British crown jewels. Gabriel Buoys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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