Visitors to Major Modigliani Exhibition Demand a Refund After an Expert Concludes the Majority of Works Were Fake( )
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Nick Squires (2018). Modigliani paintings once thought to be worth tens of millions now denounced as fakes. The Telegraph. 10 January.
Elisabetta Povoledo (2018). Thieves Steal Qatari Jewels in Brazen Theft at Ducal Palace in Venice. The New York Times. 3 January.
German Press Agency (2017). Italy police confiscate millions of euros from Mafia-linked art dealer. Daily Sabah. 15 November.
Matthew Clayfield (2017). Art Fakes Loom Over Modigliani Madness. The Daily Beast. 11 November.
C. Paton (2017). Ancient Mayan Heads Smuggled Out of Guatemala Return Home After More Than 50 Years. Newsweek. 10 November.
Telesur (2017). Guatemala Welcomes Home Mayan Artifacts Rescued from Europe. Telesur. 9 November.
Elisabetta Povoledo (2017). Stolen statue returned to church in huge recovery. Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette. 4 November.
Elisabetta Povoledo (2017). Hundreds of Italy's Churches Were Robbed of Artworks. This One Was Recovered.. The New York Times. 22 October.
Howard Swains (2017). Looted antiquities allegedly on sale at London Frieze Masters art fair. The Guardian. 22 October.
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Sarah Laskow (2017). Found: A Mosaic From Caligula's Ceremonial Ship, Turned Into a Coffee Table. Atlas Obscura. 20 October.
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James C. McKinley (2017). A Remnant from Caligula's Ship, Once a Coffee Table, Heads Home. The New York Times. 19 October.
Michael Izzo (2017). Police say plumber who stole $239K worth of comics, art from Sparta home fled to Italy. Daily Record. 9 October.
Sophie Tavernese (2017). Italy's heritage under threat. EuroNews. 4 October.
Jennifer Peltz (2017). Looted statues, pottery returned to Italy after probe in NYC. The Province. 25 September.
The Local (2017). Police in Italy fight back against theft of art from churches. The Local. 13 September.
The News (2017). Italy police recover $8.4m worth of stolen church art. The News. 13 September.
Noah Charney (2017). Caravaggio the criminal: The violent life and crimes of an artistic genius. Salon. 3 September.
Associated Press (2017). Italy displays marble Roman head stolen in World War II. The Times of Israel. 2 September.
Hannah McGivern, Anna Brady (2017). Italy relaxes stringent export laws for post-war art. The Art Newspaper. 30 August.
James Badcock, Nick Squires (2017). Briton arrested in Spanish hotel on suspicion of stealing ancient artifacts from Italy. The Telegraph. 29 August.
Margaret Stenhouse (2017). Saving Italy's earthquake art. Wanted in Rome. 24 August.
Why Is Modigliani Catnip for Forgers? The Fakes (and Feuds) Behind One of the Art Market's Most Dangerous Artists( )
Lorena Muñoz-Alonso (2017). Why Is Modigliani Catnip for Forgers? The Fakes (and Feuds) Behind One of the Art Market's Most Dangerous Artists. ArtNet News. 7 August.
Katherine McGrath (2017). Back-to-Back Looting Scandals Hit the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Architectural Digest. 3 August.
Mindy Weisberger (2017). Not a Pretty Picture: Modigliani Exhibit Closes Amid Claims of Forgeries. Live Science. 2 August.
Hannah McGivern, Stefano Luppi (2017). Stolen Guercino painting will need a year of conservation. The Art Newspaper. 1 August.
Tom Mashberg (2017). Ancient Vase Seized From Met Museum on Suspicion It Was Looted. The New York Times. 31 July.
Associated Press (2017). Ruling lets Italy hunt abroad for new Colosseum chief. Yahoo News. 25 July.
Elisabetta Povoledo (2017). Modigliani Exhibit Closes Early Amid Allegations of Fakes. The New York Times. 19 July.
Andrea Vogt (2017). Genoa closes art exhibition after paintings 'turn out to be fakes'. The Telegraph. 16 July.
Africa Times (2017). Morocco: Stolen, damaged €6 million Guercino painting returned to Italy. Africa Times. 16 July.
Sarah Bond (2017). Pompeii Rises From The Ashes By Rejecting Its History Of Crime And Corruption. Forbes. 10 July.
Painting stolen from the Ferrucciano museum
Il Tirreno (2017). Rubato un quadro nel Museo Ferrucciano. Il Tirreno. 4 July.
Anthony Amore (2017). Why Isn't Anyone Talking About This $30 Million Italian Art Heist?. Observer. 27 June.
"Periodista Digital" (2017). Recuperan la reliquia de Don Bosco. Periodista Digital. 16 June.
Recovered: relic of Don Bosco that had been stolen
ACI Prensa (2017). Recuperan reliquia de Don Bosco que había sido robada. ACI Prensa. 15 June.
Jessica Gelt (2017). Getty agrees to return 1st century BC sculpture to Italy. Los Angeles Times. 13 June.
Ronel Puello (2017). Catholic Saint's Brain Stolen From Italian Church. Latin Post. 7 June.
Brigit Katz (2017). Professor Helps Bust Italian Art Theft Ring. Smithsonian. 6 June.
Relics of Saint Bosco stolen in Turin
El Debate (2017). Roban reliquias de San Bosco en Turín. El Debate. 3 June.
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Jennifer Peltz (2017). Looted statues, pottery returned to Italy after probe in NYC. ABC United States. 25 May.
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The Cable (2017). Stolen Nigerian artifact found in Italy. The Cable. 18 May.
The Local (2017). Thieves steal 6th-century ornament from Pompeii. The Local. 18 May.
Nick Romeo (2017). Museum-Goers Beware: That Ancient Artifact May Be Stolen. National Geographic. 1 May.
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German Press Agency (2017). Rembrandt, Renoir paintings stolen in a 29-million-dollar heist in Italy. Daily Sabah. 26 April.
Cristina Ruiz (2017). Peggy Guggenheim's great-grandchildren say New York exhibition violates her legacy. The Art Newspaper. 20 April.
Anthony Brooks (2017). Boston Public Library Returns Mistakenly Stolen Historical Artifacts To Italian Government. WBUR. 19 April.
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Kelly Velasquez (2017). Art 'blue helmets' rescue Italy's treasures from rubble. Yahoo News. 1 April.
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AFP (2017). Serbia returns precious stolen violin to France. Yahoo News. 23 March.
Emily Sharpe (2017). Photos of Guercino painting, rolled up like a rug by thieves, reveal extent of damage. The Art Newspaper. 22 March.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Long Lost Van Gogh Paintings Go On View in Amsterdam Amid Controversial New Documentary. ArtNet News. 20 March.
Associated Press (2017). Thieves' smoke bombs spark panic in Venice's St Mark's Square. The Telegraph. 17 March.
Tom Mashberg (2017). Stolen Etruscan Vessel to Be Returned to Italy. The New York Times. 16 March.
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Christopher D. Shea (2017). Looted Iraqi Art, Since Recovered, Will Be Shown at the Venice Biennale. The New York Times. 20 February.
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Chris Perez (2017). Painting stolen by Nazis finally returned to heirs of Jewish art gallery. New York Post. 8 February.
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Guatemala recovers 22 archaeological pieces from abroad
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12 archaeological pieces seized in Italy are returned to the Mexican government
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Earthquake: Painting from 1600s disappears, investigated as theft
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Three paintings stolen from Rome in 1983 recovered: Priceless works
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Italy delivers archaeological pieces recovered from illegal trafficking to Mexico
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Piano di Sorrento: Archaeological finds hidden in home, doctor implicated
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Hannah McGivern (2016). Slot machine mobster's confiscated collection goes on show in Reggio. The Art Newspaper. 14 June.
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AKI (2016). Italy busts gang smuggling looted archaeological treasures. New Kerala. 13 May.
Reuters (2016). Ukraine recovers 17 paintings stolen from Verona museum. Reuters. 12 May.
Armi, droga e reperti archeologici nel "box delle meraviglie": arrestato 32enne denunciata la moglie( )
Weapons, drugs, and archaeological finds in "box of wonders": 32 year old arrested, implicates wife
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AFP (2016). Italian police recover jewels stolen in €3m heist organised by Russian woman. The Guardian. 14 April.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). After Brussels Attacks, Italy Announces $336 Million Anti-Terror Heritage Protection Plan. ArtNet News. 30 March.
Pompeii recruits army of spies to root out Mafia corruption and shoddy renovation work at the ancient site( )
Michael Day (2016). Pompeii recruits army of spies to root out Mafia corruption and shoddy renovation work at the ancient site. The Independent. 25 March.
Cait Munro (2016). Will Florence's New App Help Curb Graffiti on Historic Landmarks?. ArtNet News. 23 March.
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Jenny Starrs (2016). Special squad of Italian art police crack case of Verona museum theft, arrest 13 suspects. The Washington Post. 17 March.
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Richard Giedroyc (2016). Import restrictions extended, not expanded. Numismaster. 11 February.
Megan Gannon (2016). Treasures Dug Up by Tomb Robbers Returned to Italy. Live Science. 4 February.
Hundreds of looted antiquities including mosaics from Pompeii and ancient sarcophagi are uncovered in Switzerland( )
Hannah Roberts (2016). Hundreds of looted antiquities including mosaics from Pompeii and ancient sarcophagi are uncovered in Switzerland. The Daily Mail. 1 February.
Nick Squires (2016). Disgraced British art dealer's priceless treasure trove discovered hidden in Geneva. The Telegraph. 1 February.
Patrick Browne (2016). US museum gives Italy back looted head of Greek statue. The Local. 29 January.
Elisabetta Povoledo (2016). Italians Mock Cover-Up of Nude Statues for Iranian's Visit. The New York Times. 27 January.
Reuters (2016). Illegal dumping in Roman catacombs leaves precious ancient site polluted. The Guardian. 26 January.
Stolen paintings recovered by the Carabinieri Heritage Unit in Ancona
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Swiss Info (2016). Switzerland returns stolen Etruscan treasures to Italy. Swiss Info. 15 January.
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Alice Philipson (2015). Sophisticated art thieves network operating at Rome airport uncovered. The Telegraph. 30 December.
Julia Marsh (2015). 'Stolen' sapphire pops up in Midtown pawn shop 19 years later. New York Post. 22 December.
Marzia De Giuli (2015). Museum of WWII stolen artwork raises attention in Italy. Xinhua. 18 December.
Steven Fine (2015). Hanukkah at the Arch of Titus. Yale University News. 15 December.
Stephanie Kirchgaessner (2015). 'Restitution of a lost beauty': Caravaggio Nativity replica brought to Palermo. The Guardian. 10 December.
Reuters (2015). Frescoes stolen from ancient tomb go on display in Italy. Reuters. 26 November.
Thomas Marks (2015). It is hard to overstate the gravity of the Castelvecchio thefts. Apollo. 25 November.
Sarah Cascone (2015). Italian Politicians Outraged Over Verona Art Heist as Wild Theories Abound. ArtNet News. 23 November.
Benjamin Sutton (2015). Dio Mio! Thieves Steal Artworks Worth $16M in Italian Museum Heist. Hyperallergic. 20 November.
Nick Squires (2015). Former head of ancient Italian abbey accused of embezzling charitable funds. The Telegraph. 12 November.
Barbara Ross (2015). $9M lawsuit over damage to Andy Warhol paintings: court papers. New York Daily News. 6 November.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Thief Demands $163,000 Ransom for Klimt Painting Stolen in 1997. ArtNet News. 5 November.
From Chicago to Trani: the diocese recovers 109 ancient parchments
Alessandra Vacca (2015). Da Chicago a Trani: la Diocesi recupera 109 pergamene antiche. Trani Viva. 29 October.
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Mat Nashed (2015). Lebanon, Italy team up to tackle illegal antiquities trade. The Daily Star. 21 October.
Haaretz (2015). Christie's to Auction Off Painting Looted During WWII as Part of Deal With Jewish Heirs. Haaretz. 20 October.
Anny Shaw (2015). Dispute over Venetian painting seized by Vichy regime resolved after more than 70 years. The Art Newspaper. 19 October.
Alice Philipson (2015). Pompeii's pilferers punished with a curse from the gods. The Telegraph. 14 October.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Venice Mayor to Deaccession Klimt and Chagall Masterpieces to Pay Off City Debts. ArtNet News. 12 October.
The Daily Telegraph (2015). Drunken tourists strip off for Roman bath in famous Italian fountain. The New Zealand Herald. 30 September.
Laura C. Mallonee (2015). French Court Tosses 'Guggenheim vs. Guggenheim' Lawsuit. Hyperallergic. 24 September.
The Local (2015). Dutch boy steals Pompeii relic to pay for iPhone. The Local. 11 August.
Mehr News Agency (2015). Italy returns Iran's stolen antiques. Mehr News Agency. 1 August.
Stephanie Kirchgaessner (2015). New York University in legal saga over Villa La Pietra, half a world away in Italy. The New York Times. 31 July.
Frank Viviano (2015). Italy's Artifacts Police Wage Global War, Recover 137,000 Objects. National Geographic. 19 June.
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Chinchester Observer (2015). Chichester artist's stolen painting is found in Italy. Chinchester Observer. 4 June.
Midhurst and Petworth Observer (2015). Chichester artist has giant painting stolen in Italy. Midhurst and Petworth Observer. 28 May.
Barbie Latza Nadeau (2015). The Case of Italy's Stolen 1,800-Year-Old Sarcophagus Lid. The Daily Beast. 27 May.
Mary Abbe (2015). Minneapolis Institute of Arts vase, other looted artifacts returned to Italy. Star Tribune. 26 May.
Elizabetta Povoledo (2015). 25 Looted Artifacts Return to Italy. The New York Times. 26 May.
The Local (2015). US finds Pompeii frescoes robbed in 1950s. The Local. 26 May.
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Priceless Raphael painting damaged by humidity as Italian museum fails to repair broken air-conditioning system( )
Nick Squires (2015). Priceless Raphael painting damaged by humidity as Italian museum fails to repair broken air-conditioning system. The Telegraph. 14 May.
Steve Scherer (2015). Italy recovers lost Picasso from retired frame maker. Reuters. 27 March.
Anna Summers Cocks (2015). Why Italy should sell the 5,000 antiquities recovered by the police. The Art Newspaper. 25 March.
Rosie Scammell (2015). Saving Italy's cultural heritage by modern means. The Guardian. 19 March.
Katy Moeller (2015). Hunt for missing Pompeii artwork includes stop in Boise. Idaho Statesman. 18 March.
Mother Goddess auction: Christie's halts sale of 'stolen' $1m Bronze Age pagan icon after Sardinia campaigns for its return( )
Michael Day (2014). Mother Goddess auction: Christie's halts sale of 'stolen' $1m Bronze Age pagan icon after Sardinia campaigns for its return. The Independent. 2 December.
Andrea Vogt (2014). Catholic church to clamp down on religious art theft. The Telegraph. 28 November.
Paola Ambrosino (2014). Grottarossa, scoperta "casa-museo" con reperti rubati: nei guai avvocato. Roma Capitale News. 25 November.
Sarah Cascone (2014). Met Wins Latest Round in Clash Over Ancient Sicilian Silver. ArtNet News. 3 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2014). Coin smuggler foiled at Cairo Airport. Ahram Online. 6 August.
Mike Boehm (2014). Italian high court's ruling on 'Getty Bronze' faces a long delay. Los Angeles Times. 5 June.
Mike Boehm (2014). Italian court's ruling on 'Getty Bronze' is delayed until Thursday. Los Angeles Times. 4 June.
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Mike Bohem (2014). The Getty's 'Victorious Youth' is subject of a custody fight. Los Angeles Times. 7 May.
ANSA (2014). Euphronios' Kylix comes home after 40 years. ANSA. 6 May.
Rachel Donadio (2014). Vision of Home: Repatriated Works Back in Their Countries of Origin. The New York Times. 17 April.
Judith Harris (2014). International treasures missing. Catholic Herald. 9 April.
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