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The trio painted a canvas celebrating immigrants.Read more
The South London Gallery returned a £125,000 gift from the Sacklers last year.
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Plus, the Smithsonian acquires an unseen photograph of Harriet Tubman and the man who led Christie’s Salvator Mundi marketing blitz is joining Bonhams.
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After eight years, the heirs of Gottlieb and Mathilde Kraus have reclaimed the 17th-century painting.Read more
The landmark decision comes just days after the National Portrait Gallery dropped funding from the Sackler Trust.
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Artland has already brought on more than 150 galleries and has designs to become the art-world Zillow.Read more
Plus, a Connecticut woman is suing Harvard over photographs of her ancestors and MoMA sells a Picasso drawing at auction.
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Several works at the three Tintoretto shows at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, feature corrected attributions.
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After some delays, the museum is set to open to the public on Saturday.
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