18 December 2014

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America’s Only Art Cop Recovers £6.3 Million Of Stolen Work

One of the biggest art thefts in Los Angeles history has been solved by the country’s only full-time art detective. US authorities have recovered several works of art worth $10 million (£6.3 million). The paintings include works by Diego Rivera and Chagall which have finally been recovered after Detective Donald Hrycyk got a tip this […]

8 December 2014

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Degenerate Art From German Museums Goes On Display In Liège

A new exhibition bringing together works from the well documented Lucerne auction in 1939 has been mounted in Liège. On the eve of the Second World War, the Nazi authorities wished to dispose of modern art works that were in the collections and on display in German art galleries and museums, considered “degenerate”by the Third […]

29 April 2013

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Chagall Modern Master: Major New Exhibition Comes To Tate Liverpool

Chagall: Modern Master a new exhibition at the Tate Liverpool, which celebrates its silver anniversary this year, is the first major exhibition of the Russian painter’s work in the UK for over fifteen years and reveals a radically different artist to the one often presented in art history. The exhibition showcases Marc Chagall (1887–1985) one […]

31 August 2011

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Canada’s Peggy Guggenheim Ayala Zacks-Abramov Dies

Famed Canadian/Israeli patron collector dead at 97 Ayala Zacks-Abramov, the well known Canadian/Israeli collector passed away on Sunday age of 97. Zacks-Abramov was a serious collector of International modern art. For many years Zacks-Abramov loaned works to major museums in Canada and Israel. Ayala was born the daughter of an eminent citrus-growing family. She grew […]