Articles by date of publication
Articles for December 2020
30 articles found.
Tzu-ti Huang (2020). Chinese bronze horse head returned to Old Summer Palace. Taiwan News. 1 December.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2020). Police arrest photographer and model behind controversial Saqqara photoshoot. Egypt Independent. 1 December.
Albawaba (2020). Qatar National Library Helps to Guide Experts in Reducing International Heritage Trafficking. Albawaba. 1 December.
Avon and Somerset Police (2020). Damage to Neolithic monument under investigation. Avon and Somerset Police. 1 December.
Laura Chesters (2020). Renewed plea to help find missing Martinware pieces from Ealing council. Antiques Trade Gazette. 1 December.
Serge F. Kovaleski, Deborah Solomon, Zoe Rosenberg (2020). Earthlings, It Seems, Not Aliens, Removed the Utah Monolith. The New York Times. 1 December.
Nina Siegal (2020). Dutch Panel for Looted Art Claims Must Change Course, Report Finds. The New York Times. 7 December.
Cassie Packard (2020). Artist Discovers a Looted Statue in a Canadian Museum's Collection, Leading to Its Repatriation. Hyperallergic. 7 December.
Tarisai Ngangura (2020). The Colonized World Wants Its Artifacts Back. Vice. 7 December.
Nina Totenberg (2020). Looted Nazi Art Again Before Supreme Court. NPR. 7 December.
Joe Snell (2020). Scarred but still standing, Mosul museum reopens at last. Al Monitor. 8 December.
Senay Boztas (2020). Jewish descendants welcome report encouraging return of looted art. Dutch News. 8 December.
Nancy Kenney (2020). After outcry from antiquities trade, Unesco further adjusts ad campaign on looted artefacts. The Art Newspaper. 8 December.
Ed Pilkington (2020). Supreme court hears arguments in landmark cases over art stolen by Nazis during Holocaust. The Guardian. 8 December.
Dan Barnes (2020). Cherub sculpture stolen from Newport hours after installation. South Wales Argus. 9 December.
German art collector, 38, from renowned Gulbenkian family who is accused of £1.1m theft over 'Kusama pumpkin' sculpture appears in court after Portugal extradition( )
Amie Gordon (2020). German art collector, 38, from renowned Gulbenkian family who is accused of £1.1m theft over 'Kusama pumpkin' sculpture appears in court after Portugal extradition. The Daily Mail. 9 December.
Livia Gershon (2020). New Digital Project Details 150 Belgian Libraries Looted by the Nazis. Smithsonian. 9 December.
Cnaan Liphshiz (2020). Dutch government criticizes its own policy on Holocaust-stolen art. The Times of Israel. 9 December.
Catherine Hickley (2020). Smithsonian and Berlin museums join forces to investigate Asian art provenance. The Art Newspaper. 10 December.
Cecilio Padilla (2020). Man Suspected Of Burglarizing Gold Rush-Era Mine Museum In Amador County. CBS. 10 December.
Daily Sabah (2020). 1,700-year-old Cybele statue set to return home to Turkey's Afyonkarahisar. Daily Sabah. 10 December.
The Jerusalem Post (2020). Publication details Nazi-looted libraries during Holocaust in Belgium. The Jerusalem Post. 10 December.
Regan Thaw (2020). Ace Magashule's Former Bodyguard Found Guilty of Stealing Pierneef Painting. Eyewitness News. 11 December.
Eileen Kinsella (2020). Stolen 30 Years Ago and Replaced With a Forgery Is Finally Returning to Its Original Owner. ArtNet News. 11 December.
Yuna Park (2020). Fake painting scandal of Lee Ufan continues: report. Korea Herald. 12 December.
Denise Ryan (2020). Nisga'a woman spearheads new effort to repatriate family house pole from Europe. Vancouver Sun. 12 December.
Stone of Destiny: 70th anniversary of `liberation' from Westminster Abbey renews calls for its return to Perth( )
Michael Alexander (2020). Stone of Destiny: 70th anniversary of `liberation' from Westminster Abbey renews calls for its return to Perth. The Courier. 12 December.
Shomik Mukherjee (2020). Rare, high-priced red wine stolen from display at Joseph George Wines in San Jose. The Mercury News. 12 December.
Mark Wilding (2020). Tome raiders: solving the great book heist. The Guardian. 13 December.
S. Vijay Kumar (2020). Bringing the goddess home. Mumbai Mirror. 13 December.