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Van Gogh’s Starry Night in Dominoes

Van Gogh’s Starry Night in Dominoes

Bullet Shih November 9, 2012 0

Domino maven Flippycat does Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Quite cool! Thanks to Jeff Weiss

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$61 Million Van Gogh Attribution Hangs By a Single Hair

$61 Million Van Gogh Attribution Hangs By a Single Hair

Bullet Shih August 10, 2012 0

The Telegraph has reported that German collector Markus Roubrocks is hoping that a lone strand of hair embedded in the painting Still Life with Peonies will provide the conclusive evidence that the work is

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Van Gogh Museum Acquires Pollard Willow Watercolor

Van Gogh Museum Acquires Pollard Willow Watercolor

Bullet Shih May 21, 2012 0

The Washington Post has reported that the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam has acquire the watercolor Pollard Willow earlier this year at an auction in London for €1.5 million ($1.9 million). This is the

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Van Gogh Masterpiece Resurfaces

Van Gogh Masterpiece Resurfaces

Bullet Shih March 21, 2012 0

Artlyst.com has reported that the catalogue raisonné of Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings just expanded by two works with a single entry.  It appears that an uncharacteristic still life dubiously attributed to Van Gogh due

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A Picasso for the boot of your Rover? Indian Online Auction House Expands into Western Art

A Picasso for the boot of your Rover? Indian Online Auction House Expands into Western Art

Bullet Shih January 30, 2012 0

After Indian car maker Tata Motors made a push into the west by purchasing venerable British carmakers Jaguar and Rover in 2008, it seems one of their auction houses may have similar ambitions.  Artdaily.org

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Van Gone?: 9 Year Anniversary of Theft from Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam

Van Gone?: 9 Year Anniversary of Theft from Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam

Bullet Shih December 7, 2011 0

On December 7, 2002,  Dutch-born Octave “The Monkey ” Durham and his accomplice Henk B. put on fake mustaches and used a ladder left against the building by workers to climb to the first

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