Police Nab a Suspect in the Brazen Theft of a Renoir From a Vienna Auction House—But Others Remain at Large

Three middle-aged thieves stole the painting from the auction house last month.

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‘Very Aggravated’ Teenage Vandal Smashes Rare Works of Animal Art at the Denver Art Museum

Security guards tackled and subdued an 18-year-old man after he began purposely breaking sculptures on view in “Stampede.”

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Anish Kapoor Declares ‘Victory Over the NRA’ in a Settlement That Requires the Gun Group to Remove His Art From an Ad

The artist sued the National Rifle Association in June over its ‘Clenched Fist of Truth’ video.

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Italy’s Supreme Court Has Ruled That the Getty Must Return ‘Victorious Youth.’ The Getty Says, ‘No’

The work by Lysippos is one of the most popular in the LA museum’s collection.

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How Much Should Taxpayers Pay for a Private Museum? A French Watchdog Group Files a Claim to Find Out

A Paris museum is locked in a battle with a French watchdog organization over allegations of tax fraud.

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A Jury Sides With Top Art Collector Andy Hall in a Dramatic Lawsuit Over Fake Golub Paintings, Awarding Him $468,000

Andrew Hall bought 24 fake Leon Golubs from a mother and son over a period of two years.

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The Ad Man Who Jeff Koons Was Found Guilty of Plagiarizing May Have Been Taking Credit for Work That Wasn’t Entirely His

The ad campaign’s female co-author, Elisabeth Bonamy, has a bone to pick with Franck Davidovici.

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LAPD Reportedly Investigating Street Artist RETNA for Vandalizing a Gallery That Declined to Include His Work in Its Show

The artist was allegedly angry he wasn’t showing alongside Damien Hirst.

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Russian Billionaire Art Collector Dmitry Rybolovlev Is Officially Charged in the Sprawling Monaco Corruption Probe

A new twist in a years-long art dispute has now focused scrutiny on the Russian buyer himself

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