Stolen Van Gogh Paintings Recovered

Stolen Van Gogh Paintings Recovered

On Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, two Van Gogh paintings worth millions of dollars that were recently recovered by Italian anti-Mafia police were displayed in Naples, Italy during a press conference. The two paintings are titled, “Seascape at the Scheveningen” and, “Congregation leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen.” According to the Van Gogh Museum, they were […]

New Smithsonian African American Museum Opening

New Smithsonian African American Museum Opening

Anticipation has mounted as people have watched new bronze-colored, visually interesting building take shape on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Finally, they will be able to see the interior; the new National Museum of African American History and Culture, the 19th museum under the Smithsonian umbrella, is opening on Saturday, Sept. 24. Due to […]

New Getty Photo Exhibits Show Early French Work and Contemporary Learoyd

New Getty Photo Exhibits Show Early French Work and Contemporary Learoyd

Two photography exhibits opened today, Aug. 30, at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center in Los Angeles. At first glance the Getty exhibits appear dissimilar, showing early French work when the first negatives emerged and contemporary photos by Englishman Richard Learoyd, but the realism and style are complementary. The first exhibit, “Real/Ideal: […]

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