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Art Forger Han van Meegeren Fooled the World Into Believing His Fake Vermeers. A New Film Unpacks His Bag of Tricks( )
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The University of Valladolid helps to date a painting from the Netherlands that was stolen by the Nazis( )
Business Monkey News (2017). The University of Valladolid helps to date a painting from the Netherlands that was stolen by the Nazis. Business Monkey News. 6 December.
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Protesters target Dutch firm involved in removal of 550-year-old tomb from ancient town of Hasankeyf( )
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My grandfather left me a £2million Van Gogh - and we've spent £4k trying to prove it: Couple claim they own a piece from early in the artist's career( )
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Date set for Chinese villagers' Dutch court battle over ownership of 1,000-year-old 'stolen' gilded statute( )
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After Van Gogh Museum Declares Book of Artist's Sketches to be Fake, Publisher Threatens Legal Action( )
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Francesca Astorri (2016). More than a pretty picture: Mafia bosses said to bank big on art. Al Arabiya. 4 October.
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Margaux Schreurs (2016). Lawsuit Underway to Bring Illegally Traded Chinese Self-Mummified Buddhist Statue Back Home. The Beijinger. 17 June.
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AFP (2016). Ukranian art buyer hands back stolen Dutch masterpiece. 7 News. 31 May.
Nainets (2016). Ukraine recovers four stolen Dutch paintings. Reuters. 14 April.
Eve M. Kahn (2016). Does My Family Own a Painting Looted by Nazis?. The New York Times. 5 April.
Claire Voon (2016). The Artist Who Moved a Detroit House to Europe Left a Mess Behind. Hyperallergic. 25 March.
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Veronika Melkozerova (2015). Revisiting case of stolen Dutch art work. Kyiv Post. 24 December.
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Pete Baumgartner (2015). Ukraine Jumps Into Stolen Dutch Paintings Mystery With Eye To Referendum. Radio Free Europe. 11 December.
Leonid Bershidsky (2015). Stolen Art Hampers Ukraine's EU Progress. Bloomberg. 9 December.
Wang Fan (2015). Dutch collector puts conditions on stolen Buddha statue's return to China. ECNS. 8 December.
Jon Henley (2015). Stolen Dutch paintings offered for sale by Ukrainian militia. The Guardian. 7 December.
Janene Pieters (2015). Report: Paintings stolen from Hoorn museum surfaces in Ukraine. NL Times. 7 December.
Prison sentences demanded for three robbers of expensive paintings from Leerdam Museum
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