The Value (2020). A Rare Buddha's Head Statue Once Looted by the Nazis Goes up for Auction in New York. The Value. 6 September.
Vincent Noce (2020). French dealer sues over Egyptian stele seized on way to Tefaf New York. The Art Newspaper. 4 September.
Taing Rinith (2020). André Malraux: big hero or `little thief'?. Khmer Times. 31 August.
Banksy's The Sad Young Girl: How the theft of a tribute to Bataclan terror victims has ended with the arrest of a luxury designer( )
Cahal Milmo (2020). Banksy's The Sad Young Girl: How the theft of a tribute to Bataclan terror victims has ended with the arrest of a luxury designer. INews. 28 August.
The Louvre, UNESCO, and Other Cultural Organizations Unite to Provide $5 Million in `Cultural First Aid' to Beirut( )
Naomi Rea (2020). The Louvre, UNESCO, and Other Cultural Organizations Unite to Provide $5 Million in `Cultural First Aid' to Beirut. ArtNet News. 24 August.
AFP (2020). Hunt is on for rightful owner of Nazi-looted French painting. The Guardian. 20 August.
Murielle Kasprzak (2020). Nazi-looted French painting on display in search for rightful owner. The Times of Israel. 20 August.
The Sun (2020). Igbo group calls for return of stolen artifacts. The Sun. 4 August.
AFP (2020). How police reclaimed a stolen Bataclan Banksy in Italy. The Local. 1 August.
Kwame Opoku (2020). France Moves Closer To Restitution Of Artefacts To Benin And Senegal. Modern Ghana. 30 July.
Adam White (2020). France should sell Mona Lisa 'for €50bn' to cover coronavirus losses, tech CEO suggests. The Independent. 19 May.
Christian Levett James Palmer (2020). How retired hedge fund manager Chris Levett started a museum. The Times. 16 May.
Saudi Gazette (2020). French geologist returns bronze antique coins he acquired from AlUla in 1966. Saudi Gazette. 20 February.
EU-OCS (2020). Bungled Fontainebleau theft shines a spotlight on organised crime in the art world. EU-OCS. 7 February.
Olivier Marbot (2020). Why France is dragging its feet to repatriate looted African artworks. The Africa Report. 6 February.
Helen Holmes (2020). Banksy Theft Solved? Two Arrested in Paris for Pompidou Center Heist. Observer. 6 February.
Lisa Bryant (2020). Benin Museum Celebrates Return of Precious Artifacts from France. Voice of America. 17 January.
AFP (2020). Dutch art sleuth finds rare stolen copy of 'Prince of Persian poets'. France 24. 17 January.
BBC News (2020). Spain billionaire guilty of trying to smuggle a Picasso. BBC News. 16 January.
Manthia Diawara (2020). A Letter to President Macron: Reparations Before Restitution. Hyperallergic. 16 January.
Sara Rose Sharp (2019). Serial Art Thief, Who Stole Nearly 250 Artworks, Arrested Yet Again. Hyperallergic. 14 February.
Tarisai Ngangura (2019). The Fight to Repatriate African Skulls in European Museum Collections. Vice. 25 January.
Sönje Storm (2019). Colonial art restitution: 'The desire is not to wipe museums clean'. DW. 23 January.
Benjamin Sutton (2019). The Famed Jewish Art Dealer Who Fought to Retrieve 400 Stolen Works from the Nazis. Artsy. 14 January.
Vincent Noce (2018). The repatriation debate intensifies as calls for post-colonial restitution grow—but is it legal?. The Art Newspaper. 27 December.
AFP (2018). I.Coast calls on France to return 148 artworks. RTL. 20 December.
Bronze dragon head believed to have been looted from Old Summer Palace during Second Opium War purchased by anonymous Chinese buyer at Paris auction: reports( )
Global Times (2018). Bronze dragon head believed to have been looted from Old Summer Palace during Second Opium War purchased by anonymous Chinese buyer at Paris auction: reports. Global Times. 19 December.
Henry Samuel (2018). Jeff Koons found guilty of plagiarism over multi-million-pound sculpture. The Telegraph. 8 November.
AFP (2018). French court fines Jeff Koons guilty of plagarism. France 24. 8 November.
Emmanuel Grynszpan (2018). Un musée russe accuse le Centre Pompidou d'exposer un Malevitch volé. Le Journal des Arts. 6 November.
Pierre Bergé's Foundation Withdraws a Mysterious Painting the Fashion Mogul Once Attributed to Manet From Its Sale at Sotheby's( )
Sarah Cascone (2018). Pierre Bergé's Foundation Withdraws a Mysterious Painting the Fashion Mogul Once Attributed to Manet From Its Sale at Sotheby's. ArtNet News. 31 October.
AFP (2018). The tricky process of returning Nazi-looted art. France 24. 2 October.
AFP (2018). American couple lose appeal to keep Pissarro painting looted by Nazis. The Telegraph. 2 October.
Kabir Chibber (2018). The long, strange journey of a Renoir painting stolen by the Nazis. Quartz. 13 September.
Meagan Flynn (2018). Nazis stole a Jewish man's Renoir painting in 1941. Now it's been returned to his only living heir.. The Washington Post. 13 September.
James Barron (2018). Nazis Stole His Renoir. His Granddaughter Finally Got It Back.. The New York Times. 12 September.
Gareth Harris (2018). President Macron, African art and the question of restitution. The Financial Times. 7 September.
Mary Hudetz (2018). Feds: US tribal items sold at Paris auction houses declines. The Journal Times. 7 September.
Eileen Kinsella (2018). Did Marlborough Gallery Steal One of China's Greatest Artists? An Appeals Court Must Decide. ArtNet News. 18 July.
Court rules 1565 shipwreck found off the Florida coast belongs to France because the vessel was made there, and NOT to the salvage company which discovered it( )
Associated Press (2018). Court rules 1565 shipwreck found off the Florida coast belongs to France because the vessel was made there, and NOT to the salvage company which discovered it. The Daily Mail. 7 July.
Catherine Hickley (2018). French and Swiss Museums to Share a Cézanne With a Murky Past. The New York Times. 3 July.
James Tarmy (2018). Meet the expert who will destroy the value of your art for free. The Malaysian Reserve. 2 July.
The Billionaire Wildenstein Art-Dealing Dynasty Is Cleared in France's Biggest Tax-Fraud Case (Again)( )
Naomi Rea (2018). The Billionaire Wildenstein Art-Dealing Dynasty Is Cleared in France's Biggest Tax-Fraud Case (Again). ArtNet News. 2 July.
Ilaria Maria Sala (2018). France is preparing to return African artifacts looted in its colonial era. Quartz. 2 July.
James Ratcliffe (2018). What's the motive for museum thefts?. Apollo. 30 May.
AFP (2018). France weighs how to return Africa's plundered art. The Local. 27 May.
Vincent Noce (2018). Damning report says France must catch up, fast, in return of Nazi-era loot. The Art Newspaper. 9 May.
David Chazan (2018). Queen's 'heart of gold' stolen from French museum. The Telegraph. 15 April.
Arutz Sheva (2018). Bible that Goering stole from Jew discovered. Israel National News. 11 April.
Mohammad Ali (2018). Art Of The Political: Lost Works Turn Up At French Parliament. Urdu Point. 11 April.
German Culture Minister Meets With France to Find Common Ground on Colonial Heritage and European Policy( )
Kate Brown (2018). German Culture Minister Meets With France to Find Common Ground on Colonial Heritage and European Policy. ArtNet News. 10 April.
Kim Willsher (2018). Four artworks vanish from walls of French parliament. The Guardian. 4 April.
Antoine Froidefond (2018). Report lashes France's 'lack of ambition' to return looted Jewish art. The Times of Israel. 3 April.
UNESCO (2018). UNESCO, EU and art market together ramp up fight against illicit trafficking of cultural objects. UNESCO. 28 March.
Vincent Noce (2018). Louvre says 'non' to minister's Mona Lisa grand tour. The Art Newspaper. 27 March.
AKI Press (2018). Mongolia to recover dinosaur fossils from South Korea, France. AKI Press. 24 March.
A French Court Rules That Facebook Was Wrong to Censor Gustave Courbet's Provocative 'Origin of the World'( )
Naomi Rea (2018). A French Court Rules That Facebook Was Wrong to Censor Gustave Courbet's Provocative 'Origin of the World'. ArtNet News. 15 March.
Daily Sabah (2018). Two invaluable artifacts back in homeland. Daily Sabah. 31 January.
David Chazan (2018). Louvre displays Nazi-looted paintings in bid to find rightful owners of 2,000 unclaimed artworks. The Telegraph. 30 January.
Emmanuel Macron's decision to let Britain borrow Bayeux Tapestry prompts calls for UK to loan Rosetta Stone to France( )
Jack Maidment, Hannah Furness (2018). Emmanuel Macron's decision to let Britain borrow Bayeux Tapestry prompts calls for UK to loan Rosetta Stone to France. The Telegraph. 17 January.
Naomi Rea (2018). Tiny French Town Demands the Restitution of a Religious Reliquary From the Met. ArtNet News. 16 January.
The Local (2018). Cheese heists to oyster raids: How France is struggling in fight against gourmet thieves. The Local. 15 January.
Kwame Opoku (2018). Musée Du Quai Branly As Ally In Quest For Restitution Of African Artefacts?. Modern Ghana. 15 January.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Paris's Dapper Foundation stalls talks over Cameroonian sculpture. The Art Newspaper. 12 January.
Hili Perlson (2018). Did Paris Overpay $103 Million for the Building That Will House François Pinault's Art?. ArtNet News. 3 January.
Daily Sabah (2017). Turkey requests France return tiles stolen from Sultan Selim II's tomb at Hagia Sophia. Daily Sabah. 26 December.
Albawaba (2017). 329 Smuggled Ancient Coins Seized in Cairo Airport En Route to France. Albawaba. 26 December.
AFP (2017). France saves Marquis de Sade's 120 Days of Sodom from auction. Guardian. 18 December.
Macron Promises To Return African Artefacts In French Museums: A New Era In African-European Relationships Or A Mirage?( )
Kwame Opoku (2017). Macron Promises To Return African Artefacts In French Museums: A New Era In African-European Relationships Or A Mirage?. Modern Ghana. 10 December.
The Local (2017). 'Priceless' Italian painting stolen from French museum. The Local. 22 November.
Anastasios Manaras (2017). Whiskey of 700,000 worth was stolen – Only one bottle of it costs 100,000 €. Weekly Observer. 16 November.
R. Sivaraman (2017). Artefact at Louvre raises doubt. The Hindu. 11 November.
The City Paper (2017). Valuable Fernando Botero bronze stolen from Parisian gallery. The City Paper Bogota. 8 November.
Looted by the Nazis: French court orders American couple to return Pissarro painting to Jewish heirs( )
David Chazan (2017). Looted by the Nazis: French court orders American couple to return Pissarro painting to Jewish heirs. The Telegraph. 7 November.
The Straits Times (2017). The tricky process of returning Nazi-looted art. The Straits Times. 6 November.
Ben Crair (2017). Thieves Are Breaking Into Zoos and Stealing Rare Animals. National Geographic. 3 November.
David Chazan (2017). How I threw away a work of modern art. BBC News. 3 November.
Egypt Today (2017). Egypt retrieves 8 looted antiquities from France. Egypt Today. 28 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). France to return 8 stolen ancient Egyptian artefacts on Thursday. Ahram Online. 25 October.
Vincent Noce (2017). Victory for Matisse family in $4.5m cut-out battle with dealer. The Art Newspaper. 20 October.
Claire Voon (2017). Kinkier than Thou: Pompidou Installs Doggie-Style Sculpture the Louvre Dumped. Hyperallergic. 20 October.
Joseph Nechvatal (2017). Performance Artist Who Exposed Herself In Front of the "Mona Lisa" Is Acquitted. Hyperallergic. 20 October.
Anna Codrea-Rado (2017). Russian Artist Is Charged Over Fire at Central Bank Building in Paris. The New York Times. 19 October.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2017). Performance artist Pyotr Pavlensky sets fire to a bank in Paris. The Art Newspaper. 16 October.
Gareth Harris (2017). Looted Benin bronzes to be lent back to Nigeria. The Art Newspaper. 16 October.
Gareth Harris (2017). Censored 'sexual' sculpture finds new home at the Centre Pompidou. The Art Newspaper. 13 October.
Associated Press (2017). Nazi-looted painting by impressionist artist Pissarro fuels legal battle. Daily Sabah. 10 October.
Juliette Montesse (2017). Nazi-looted Pissarro painting at center of Paris legal tussle. The Times of Israel. 9 October.
Robin Pogrebin (2017). Louvre Pulls Sculpture, Saying It Was Sexually Explicit. The New York Times. 2 October.
BBC News (2017). Renoir painting stolen before auction near Paris. BBC News. 30 September.
Vincent Noce (2017). Matisse's heirs claim two cut-outs worth $4.5m. The Art Newspaper. 29 September.
A. Gelebart (2017). Marseille: A stele of Egyptian Stolen from a Museum in the Middle of the Day. The Sherbrooke Times. 24 September.
George Psyllides (2017). Paphos mayor accuses foreign ministry staff of wrongdoing. Cyprus Mail. 22 September.
Gareth Harris (2017). Forgery: Bona fide or bogus?. Financial Times. 8 September.
Blouin Artinfo (2017). Marcellin Desboutin's stolen painting found after 28 years. Blouin Artinfo. 4 September.
Associated Press (2017). Italy displays marble Roman head stolen in World War II. The Times of Israel. 2 September.
Henry Samuel (2017). Catacomb thieves drill into Paris cellar to swipe €250,000 of top wine. The Telegraph. 30 August.
BBC News (2017). Paris Space Invaders street art stolen by 'city workers'. BBC News. 4 August.
The Connexion (2017). Thieves steal Paris street art in broad daylight. The Connexion. 4 August.
Josh Lowe (2017). Ancient Statues Torn Down, Smashed And Discarded During French Revolution Rescued By Scientists. Newsweek. 4 August.
Ian Shank (2017). When Picasso Went on Trial for Stealing the Mona Lisa. Artsy. 1 August.
Bill Whitaker (2017). A Picasso mystery examined by 60 Minutes. 60 Minutes. 30 July.
Naomi Rea (2017). Artworks on Loan From the Louvre Destroyed in Fire on a French Island. ArtNet News. 24 July.
Rory Mulholland (2017). Art thief caught with 'Aladdin's cave' of stolen goods after 20-year spree. The Telegraph. 24 July.
Danielle Haynes (2017). Louvre paintings damaged in downpour. UPI. 18 July.
Emily Sharpe (2017). French military funds technology to document heritage in conflict zones. The Art Newspaper. 23 June.
AFP (2017). Teenagers rescued from Paris catacombs after three-day ordeal. The Guardian. 14 June.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Paris Louvre Museum Evacuated (Again) After Security Scare. ArtNet News. 12 June.
John Christian Hopkins (2017). Hopis Hoping to Recover Katsina Friends. Lake Powell Life. 1 June.
Benoit Foucon (2017). Prominent Art Family Entangled in ISIS Antiquities-Looting Investigations. The Wall Street Journal. 31 May.
Malcolm Gay (2017). After decades-long saga, Lexington family settles claim for Nazi-looted art. The Boston Globe. 28 May.
AFP (2017). Bulgaria recovers over 5,000 antiquities in joint anti-smuggling op with Turkey, France. Daily Sabah. 26 May.
AFP (2017). Million-euro crown stolen from Lyon museum. RFI. 14 May.
Daily News Egypt (2017). Ministry of Antiquities retrieves stolen artifacts from France. Daily News Egypt. 10 May.
Sophia Kishkovsky (2017). Russian performance artist granted political asylum in France. The Art Newspaper. 8 May.
Greg Schneider (2017). Nazi-Looted Libraries: Items Must Be Returned To Owners And Heirs. Huffington Post. 5 May.
AFP (2017). Paris cabbie returns US$1.6m artwork forgotten in boot of his taxi. South China Morning Post. 3 May.
The Local (2017). Art dealer 'forgets' €1.5 millon picture in Paris taxi. The Local. 2 May.
Associated Press (2017). Painting stolen by Nazis to rotate between Paris and US. The Times of Israel. 28 April.
Max Kutner (2017). Nazi-Looted Painting Returns to Paris Almost 80 Years Later. Newsweek. 26 April.
News 9 (2017). Disputed Painting, Stolen By Nazis, Returns To France. News 9. 24 April.
Gareth Harris (2017). Removal of a rare Roman mosaic in southern France enflames local conservation groups. The Art Newspaper. 17 April.
Associated Press (2017). Controversial tribal artifacts sale lures few bidders. The Daily Mail. 4 April.
Josué Mehouenou (2017). Benin eyes return of colonial treasures from France. Art Daily. 1 April.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2017). Workers' Strike Closes Centre Pompidou in Paris for Fifth Consecutive Day. ArtNet News. 31 March.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Who Should Pay Artists? Christie's Fights Back in France Over New Resale Rules. ArtNet News. 31 March.
INAH requests halt to auction of Mexican pieces in France
Información Excélsior (2017). Solicitan al INAH detener subasta de piezas mexicanas en Francia. Sistema Michoacano. 28 March.
Isabel Vincent (2017). Art dealer knocks 'phony' King David sculpture displayed in the Met. New York Post. 26 March.
Perwana Nazif (2017). Strike at the Musée Rodin Steals Thunder of Major Survey of the Artist at Grand Palais. ArtNet News. 24 March.
AFP (2017). Serbia returns precious stolen violin to France. Yahoo News. 23 March.
Associated Press (2017). Donors urged to guard heritage threatened by war, extremism. The Daily Mail. 20 March.
Sarah Carabott (2017). Why the fuss over de Valette's dagger?. Times of Malta. 18 March.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). New Kingdom mummy mask recovered from France. Ahram Online. 18 March.
Alexis Fournol (2017). Centre Pompidou broke even on Koons retrospective, Paris court decision reveals. The Art Newspaper. 17 March.
Claudia Barbieri (2017). A Shelter for Art Caught in the Crossfire. The New York Times. 11 March.
Jeff Koons LLC and the Centre Pompidou are both found liable for copyright infringement in Paris court case( )
Alexis Fournol (2017). Jeff Koons LLC and the Centre Pompidou are both found liable for copyright infringement in Paris court case. The Art Newspaper. 10 March.
The Local (2017). Poachers kill rhino and saw off its horn at zoo near Paris. The Local. 8 March.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2017). Liberty, fraternity, Fossil Free: activists protest oil giant Total's sponsorship at Louvre. The Art Newspaper. 7 March.
James McAuley (2017). A Paris exhibit of Nazi-looted art honors a Europe many fear is under threat again. The Washington Post. 28 February.
"Spiderman" art thief gets eight years for €100 million heist of works including Matisse and Picasso( )
Henry Samuel (2017). "Spiderman" art thief gets eight years for €100 million heist of works including Matisse and Picasso. The Telegraph. 20 February.
Lilit Marcus (2017). The Eiffel Tower Is Getting a Bulletproof Glass Wall. Condé Nast Traveler. 9 February.
BBC News (2017). Louvre attack: French soldier shoots machete-wielding man. BBC News. 3 February.
Benoît Morenne (2017). For Paris 'Spiderman,' Stealing 5 Museum Masterpieces Was No Sweat. The New York Times. 3 February.
Vincent Noce (2017). Prosecution seeks jail time and heavy fines for Paris museum thieves. The Art Newspaper. 3 February.
Stefan Dege (2017). How Paris' 100-million-euro art heist happened. DW. 1 February.
Sarah Cascone (2017). Defendant Claims He Threw Out Modern and Impressionist Masterpieces After 'Spider-Man' Heist. ArtNet News. 31 January.
AFP (2017). 'Spider-Man' burglar on trial over €100m Paris art theft. The Guardian. 30 January.
Where are the Spider Man paintings?
Brendan Kemmet (2017). Oú sont les toiles de l'homme-araignée ?. Le Parisien. 26 January.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2017). Russian Dissident Artist Pyotr Pavlensky Seeks Political Asylum in France. ArtNet News. 16 January.
Tony Cross (2017). Shock acquittals in Wildenstein art dynasty's tax fraud trial. RFI. 12 January.
Javier Pes (2017). Louvre attendance falls as tourists stay away from Paris. The Art Newspaper. 5 January.
France 24 (2016). Verdict upheld for elderly French couple who hid Picasso works in garage. France 24. 16 December.
Employee of the natural history museum of Orléans, he resold stones and fossils on eBay
Philippe Renaud (2016). Employé du muséum d'histoire naturelle d'Orléans, il revendait des pierres et fossiles sur eBay. La République. 16 December.
Sarah Cascone (2016). Nude Performance Artist Deborah de Robertis Defends Herself in French Court. ArtNet News. 14 December.
Anny Shaw (2016). Kader Attia accuses Universal Music of plagiarism over French rap video. The Art Newspaper. 8 December.
Associated Press (2016). France pays £24m into new fund to protect cultural heritage sites. The Guardian. 4 December.
Anthee Carassava (2016). Give us back the Venus de Milo, Greeks tell Louvre. The Times. 30 November.
Thomas Adamson (2016). Healing wounds, looted art reunited with Nazi victims' heirs. Sun Sentinel. 29 November.
Painting sold by Jewish couple to fund their escape from Nazi Germany to America is returned to their granddaughter almost eight decades later( )
Associated Press (2016). Painting sold by Jewish couple to fund their escape from Nazi Germany to America is returned to their granddaughter almost eight decades later. The Daily Mail. 28 November.
Lorena Muñoz-Alonso (2016). Controversial Photographer David Hamilton Dies Amid Rape Allegations. ArtNet News. 28 November.
Thirty years later, the denouement of a fantastic flight of precious alabaster?
Le Point (2016). Trente ans aprés, le dénouement d'un vol rocambolesque d'albâtres précieux?. Le Point. 18 November.
MENAFM (2016). UAE and France to announce new partnership on safeguarding endangered cultural heritage. MENAFN. 16 November.
Anny Shaw (2016). Louvre may safeguard artefacts from war-torn areas. The Art Newspaper. 4 November.
Vince Noce (2016). Picasso's electrician admits he lied in court. The Art Newspaper. 1 November.
RFI (2016). Picasso widow accused of hiding art at electrician's theft trial. RFI. 1 November.
Kim Willsher (2016). Louvre to offer shelter for world treasures rescued from war zones. The Guardian. 1 November.
Doreen Carvajal (2016). Billionaire Art Dealer Is Awaiting Verdict in Tax Fraud Case. The New York Times. 21 October.
Eve M. Kahn (2016). Picking Apart 18th-Century French Furniture to Detect Forgery. The New York Times. 20 October.
Trafficker sent a stolen Picasso painting from Heredia to Washington
Hassel Fallas (2016). Traficante envió un cuadro robado de Picasso desde Heredia a Washigton. La Nación. 16 October.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2016). Prosecutor recommends four-year prison sentence and €250m fine for Guy Wildenstein in Paris trial. The Art Newspaper. 14 October.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2016). Versailles Staffers Caught Selling Counterfeit Tickets. ArtNet News. 14 October.
Garry Shaw (2016). To recover history from peril: on the dealer Paul Rosenberg and the Nazi seizure of Modern art. The Art Newspaper. 7 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Antiquities ministry receives golden mummy mask from French-Egyptian citizen. Ahram Online. 6 October.
AFP (2016). French minister says stolen art may fund terror via 'free ports'. Yahoo News. 6 October.
Doreen Carvajal (2016). Trial Offers Rare View of Wildenstein Family and Fortune. The New York Times. 30 September.
Sébastien Blanc (2016). US-France court battle tied to Picasso comes to a head. Art Daily. 30 September.
Cristina Ruiz (2016). Vandalism of Dirty Corner sculpture at Versailles an 'inside job', claims Kapoor. The Art Newspaper. 28 September.
Robert Williams (2016). Judge 'Stupefied' by Arguments on Day One of Wildenstein Tax Fraud Trial. ArtNet News. 27 September.
Catherine Bennett (2016). Art meets history in homage to legendary French Jewish dealer. The Times of Israel. 23 September.
Kim Willsher (2016). Heir to art-dealing estate in court in major French fraud trial. The Guardian. 22 September.
David D'Arcy (2016). François Hollande announces $100m fund to protect cultural heritage in the Middle East. The Art Newspaper. 21 September.
Phil Edwards (2016). How the Mona Lisa became so overrated. Vox. 20 September.
New twist in fake antique furniture scandal overshadows opening of Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris( )
Vincent Noce (2016). New twist in fake antique furniture scandal overshadows opening of Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris. The Art Newspaper. 8 September.
Allison Meier (2016). US Judge Approves Warrant for Acoma Shield Listed for Sale by Paris Auction House. Hyperallergic. 7 September.
BBC News (2016). Paris auction workers jailed over theft scam. BBC News. 6 September.
Associated Press (2016). Verdict expected in vast theft scam at French auction house. Salon. 6 September.
Philippe Sotto (2016). French auction workers convicted in vast theft scam. CTV. 6 September.
Naomi Rea (2016). Anselm Kiefer's Workshop Robbed for Raw Materials Again. ArtNet News. 31 August.
Mary Hudetz (2016). Judge OKs return of Native American shield sent to Paris. Las Cruces Sun-News. 31 August.
Evan Andrews (2016). The Heist that Made the Mona Lisa Famous. History. 19 August.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2016). Former French culture minister calls for halt to restoration of Galerie Vivienne. The Art Newspaper. 18 August.
Africa News (2016). Benin set to recover its cultural heritage from France. Africa News. 9 August.
Pillaged Treasures: France must respond positively to Benin's demand
Le Monde (2016). Trésors pillés : « La France doit répondre positivement á la demande du Bénin ». Le Monde. 1 August.
Hili Perlson (2016). Long-Lost Engraving by Albrecht Dürer Discovered at Flea Market. ArtNet News. 29 July.
Brian Boucher (2016). Orlan Must Pay Lady Gaga $22,000 After Losing Forgery Lawsuit. ArtNet News. 26 July.
Anne Constable (2016). U.S. files complaint to recover Acoma war shield. Santa Fe New Mexican. 23 July.
Naomi Rea (2016). Art 'Expert' Vanishes With an Elderly Client's Precious Leonardo da Vinci Sketch. ArtNet News. 12 July.
Art Dealer Under Investigation Again as New Evidence Emerges in Case of Stolen Picassos Linked to Yves Bouvier( )
Hili Perlson (2016). Art Dealer Under Investigation Again as New Evidence Emerges in Case of Stolen Picassos Linked to Yves Bouvier. ArtNet News. 12 July.
Georgina Adam (2016). Experts shed light on Modigliani's murky market with new research project. The Art Newspaper. 11 July.
Reuters (2016). Giacometti art trove at centre of Franco-Swiss legal tussle. The Daily Mail. 4 July.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). A relief of King Nectanebo II recovered to Egypt from Paris. Ahram Online. 3 July.
Aswat Masriya (2016). Egyptian Embassy in Paris Retrieves Stolen Artefact. All Africa. 30 June.
Mary Hudetz (2016). Tribes hail shield's halted sale; collectors ask what's next. News Times. 22 June.
Trémel. A sixteenth century jewel destroyed by fire
Le Télégramme (2016). Trémel. Un joyau du XVIe siécle ravagé par un incendie. Le Télégramme. 21 June.
Kim Willsher (2016). Theatre built as tribute to Anglo-French friendship vandalised. The Guardian. 20 June.
Henry Samuel (2016). Scandal strikes Versailles Palace as police detain two top art dealers over 'fake' Louis XV chairs. The Telegraph. 9 June.
Martin Bailey (2016). British doubts over Joan of Arc's ring. The Art Newspaper. 9 June.
Claire Voon (2016). French Museum Faces "Cultural Catastrophe" After Storage Vault Floods. Hyperallergic. 7 June.
Girodet Museum: "Water has flooded hundreds of works of art"
Le Figaro (2016). Musée Girodet: «L'eau a submergé des centaines d'œuvres d'art». Le Figaro. 6 June.
Albuquerque Journal (2016). Editorial: Acoma shield closer to home. Albuquerque Journal. 5 June.
Brian Boucher (2016). Louvre and Musée d'Orsay Close in Emergency Measure Against Seine Flooding. ArtNet News. 2 June.
France 24 (2016). US hails 'small victory' as Paris auction withdraws Native American shield. France 24. 30 May.
Michael Coleman (2016). Paris auction house cancels sale of Acoma shield. Albuquerque Journal. 30 May.
Michael Coleman (2016). Acoma shield being auctioned in Paris. Albuquerque Journal. 30 May.
Associated Press (2016). The Latest: Officials say Acoma shield was stolen years ago. Yahoo News. 27 May.
Martin Heinrich (2016). Heinrich: Halt French Auction of Sacred Native American Artifacts. KRWG. 26 May.
David Smith (2016). Native Americans implore France to halt artifact sale: 'It harkens to slave auctions'. The Guardian. 25 May.
AFP (2016). Native Americans step up fight over sacred object auctions. The Daily Mail. 24 May.
Chika Okeke (2016). Another Milestone As France Returns 2 Nok Artefacts. Leadership. 20 May.
Egyptian Streets (2016). Egypt Repatriates 44 Stolen Archaeological Objects from France. Egyptian Streets. 17 May.
Associated Press (2016). France returns Nazi-stolen Degas drawing to rightful owners. CBC. 9 May.
The Local (2016). Austria returns Nazi stolen art to French heirs. The Local. 28 April.
Claire Voon (2016). Plagued by Castrating Vandals, a Public Sculpture Gets a Detachable Penis. Hyperallergic. 25 April.
Claire Voon (2016). France Lost Track of 23,000 State-Owned Artworks and Historic Objects. Hyperallergic. 21 April.
William D. Cohan (2016). Brass Foundry Is Closing, but Debate Over Degas's Work Goes On. The New York Times. 4 April.
Stéphane Kovacs (2016). Verdun: le désolant business des pilleurs de cadavres. Le Figaro. 4 April.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2016). Former managing director of the Centre Pompidou pleads guilty to misuse of public funds. The Art Newspaper. 1 April.
Vong Sokheng (2016). More looted antiquities welcomed home. The Phnom Penh Post. 31 March.
Elenore Thery (2016). Paris art handlers testify to taking '€220,000 in a plastic bag' among other revelations. The Art Newspaper. 25 March.
Vincent Noce (2016). Smears, counterclaims and lawsuits—the tangled web surrounding Prince of Liechtenstein's Cranach. The Art Newspaper. 24 March.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2016). Centre Pompidou's stolen Picasso goes back on show after 15 years. The Art Newspaper. 18 March.
Martin Bailey (2016). France and Britain prepare for battle over Joan of Arc's ring. The Art Newspaper. 16 March.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2016). 'Cols rouges' lawyers push for dismissal as long-awaited trial opens in Paris. The Art Newspaper. 16 March.
BBC News (2016). Were investors conned into buying rare manuscripts?. BBC News. 15 March.
Jon Henley (2016). Paris auction porters go on trial for alleged 'pilfering' of thousands of items. The Guardian. 14 March.
UNESCO (2016). UNESCO and French and Swiss heritage professionals stand up for the safeguarding of Syrian heritage. UNESCO. 10 March.
Jeff Maysh (2016). The Man Who Sold the Eiffel Tower. Twice.. Smithsonian. 9 March.
Gareth Harris (2016). Picasso's dealer Paul Rosenberg celebrated in show based on granddaughter's book. The Art Newspaper. 9 March.
Milton Esterow (2016). The Battle for Picasso's Multi-Billion-Dollar Empire. Vanity Fair. 7 March.
Dominique Perrin (2016). How French Art Police Are Hunting ISIS Antiquities Racket. World Crunch. 7 March.
Expatica (2016). Elderly pair held after 3,000 French church objects found. Expatica. 7 March.
'The toilets were absolutely full of crucifixes': Two elderly people arrested over theft of religious items( )
AFP (2016). 'The toilets were absolutely full of crucifixes': Two elderly people arrested over theft of religious items. The Journal. 6 March.
Vincent Noce (2016). French police seize painting attributed to Cranach, owned by the Prince of Liechtenstein. The Art Newspaper. 4 March.
Roxana Azimi (2016). Le collectionneur Sindika Dokolo remporte son bras de fer contre un galeriste parisien. Le Monde. 29 February.
BBC News (2016). French cleaners scrub off street art. BBC News. 28 February.
Doreen Carvajal (2016). Setback for Picasso's Daughter in Battle Over Sculpture. The New York Times. 25 February.
DW (2016). 'Guilty' verdict on the spectacular 2010 Paris art theft. DW. 20 February.
Artlyst (2016). Facebook Loses Gustave Courbet Nudity Case In French Appeal Court. Artlyst. 13 February.
Sarah Wildman (2016). The Revelations of a Nazi Art Catalogue. The New Yorker. 12 February.
A treasure lost for 30 years is returned to a Native American community
Amaury Peyrach' (2016). Un trésor oublié depuis trente ans rendu á un peuple amérindien. Le Figaro. 5 February.
Artlyst (2016). Stolen Camille Claudel Bronze Bust of Lover Auguste Rodin Recovered. Artlyst. 1 February.
Mom Kunthear (2016). Government's Search for Antiques Boundless as Harihara Ceremony a Success. Khmer Times. 21 January.
AFP (2016). France's Guimet Museum returns looted statue head to national museum in Phnom Penh. Art Daily. 20 January.
Margot Boutges (2016). Suspected arson at Fontainebleau church. The Art Newspaper. 13 January.
The Times of Israel (2016). Muhammad cartoons censored at Charlie Hebdo exhibit in Tel Aviv. The Times of Israel. 10 January.
Georgina Adam (2016). Owner of purported Monet loses case in French court. The Art Newspaper. 7 January.
Vincent Noce (2015). France builds grand alliance to protect cultural heritage. The Art Newspaper. 29 December.
Gareth Harris (2015). Museum attendance in Paris plummets after terrorist attacks. The Art Newspaper. 21 December.
Dispute Resolution in Germany (2015). Art Law: French Judgment Against Expert in Max Ernst Forgery Case Set Aside. Dispute Resolution in Germany. 10 December.
Art Historian Werner Spies acquitted in case of fake Max Ernst
Harry Bellet (2015). L'historien d'art Werner Spies innocenté dans l'affaire du faux Max Ernst. Le Monde. 10 December.
Evan Ryan (2015). Statement on Paris Auction of Native American Objects. United States Department of State. 4 December.
David Chazan (2015). Isil antiques 'sold to western collectors' warns French finance minister. The Telegraph. 4 December.
Secretary Jewell Advances Discussion on Repatriation of Tribal Sacred Objects with French Authorities( )
United States Department of the Interior (2015). Secretary Jewell Advances Discussion on Repatriation of Tribal Sacred Objects with French Authorities. United States Department of the Interior. 2 December.
Art Loss Register (2015). French national treasure recovered by The Art Loss Register. Art Loss Register. 1 December.
Philip Crysopoulos (2015). French Citizen Returns Ancient Greek Amphora. Greek Reporter. 26 November.
Jonathan Jones (2015). Asylum for artefacts: Paris's plan to protect cultural treasures from terrorists. The Guardian. 20 November.
Marion Maneker (2015). In France, Fears that Rare Book and Manuscript Fund is a €500m Fraud. Art Market Monitor. 19 November.
Gareth Harris (2015). Louvre's director draws up 50-point plan in response to Isil's destruction. The Art Newspaper. 19 November.
Associated Press (2015). Hollande proposes refuge for Middle Eastern art. The Daily Star. 17 November.
Alyssa Buffenstein (2015). Banksy's 'Dismal Aid' Sign Stolen by Enterprising Thieves. ArtNet News. 23 October.
Lorena Muñoz-Alonso (2015). Jean-Michel Basquiat Painting Worth $10 Million Stolen in Nasty Divorce Tug-of-War. ArtNet News. 20 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.
DW (2015). Stolen Basquiat painting reappears in Paris. DW. 17 October.
An inventory for protecting religious heritage
Ouest France (2015). Un inventaire pour protéger le patrimoine religieux. Ouest France. 17 October.
AMA (2015). National Treasure or Disputes of Heritage. AMA. 2 October.
Henry Samuel (2015). Hermann Goering's 'full catalogue' of looted Nazi art published for first time. The Telegraph. 30 September.
Lot-et-Garonne : 700 objects found in the home of church robbers
Sud Ouest (2015). Lot-et-Garonne: 700 objets découverts chez les pilleurs d'églises. Sud Ouest. 26 September.
Mexico recovers monumental relief
INAH (2015). México recupera bajorrelieve monumental. INAH. 24 September.
Laura C. Mallonee (2015). French Court Tosses 'Guggenheim vs. Guggenheim' Lawsuit. Hyperallergic. 24 September.
Mexico recuperates from Paris an Olmec piece stolen more than 40 years ago
EFE (2015). México recupera en París una pieza olmeca robada hace más de 40 años. La Opinión. 24 September.
Associated Press (2015). Ancient carving stolen more than 40 years ago in Mexico found in France. Fox. 24 September.
Henry Samuel (2015). Russian billionaire hands two 'stolen' Picassos to French authorities. The Telegraph. 24 September.
Associated Press (2015). Stolen Picasso painting found in New Jersey makes its way back to Paris museum. CTV. 24 September.
The Cairo Post (2015). Stolen wooden statuette to be repatriated to Egypt from France. The Cairo Post. 24 September.
Doreen Carvajal (2015). The Billionaire, the Picassos and a $30 Million Gift to Shame a Middleman. The New York Times. 23 September.
Xinhua (2015). French collector returns gold artifacts to China. Xinhua. 22 September.
Vincent Noce (2015). Swiss dealer faces charges as judge investigates €36m Picasso sales. The Art Newspaper. 14 September.
Laura C. Mallonee (2015). A Petition to Stop "Irresponsible" Restoration of Chartres Cathedral. Hyperallergic. 11 September.
Quinn Norton (2015). The International Fight Over Marcel Duchamp's Chess Set. The Atlantic. 8 September.
Hrag Vartanian (2015). Anish Kapoor's Versailles Sculpture Vandalized With Anti-Semitic Slurs. Hyperallergic. 7 September.
Mystérieux vols dans le trésor de Lézat sur Lèze: la gendarmerie de Castelginest (31) démantèle un réseau de pilleurs d'église( )
Castelginest police dismantle a church robbers network
Laurence Cabrol (2015). Mystérieux vols dans le trésor de Lézat sur Lèze: la gendarmerie de Castelginest (31) démantèle un réseau de pilleurs d'église. Ariege News. 31 August.
Vincent Noce (2015). Senior arts appointments nothing short of a French farce. The Art Newspaper. 21 August.
Sara Boboltz (2015). All The Evidence That Picasso Actually Stole The 'Mona Lisa'. Huffington Post. 21 August.
Angela Greiling Keane (2015). Smuggled Picasso Heading Home to France After 14-Year Odyssey. Bloomberg. 12 August.
Marlon Ramtahal (2015). Picasso Paintings Put Spotlight on Art Theft, Disputed Ownership. NBC. 12 August.
Sébastien Blanc (2015). Return of Chinese Antiquities Sparks Collectors' Fury. Khmer Times. 23 July.
Doug Bolton (2015). Hôtel Drouot auction house removal men and auctioneers to stand trial for alleged art thefts. The Independent. 8 July.
Henry Samuel (2015). France discreetly returns looted gold antiquities to China. The Telegraph. 6 July.
Aaron Granillo (2015). Hopi Tribe Makes Another Attempt At Halting French Auction. KNAU. 9 June.
Jamey Keaten (2015). Paris Auction of Hopi Artifacts Decried in US Stirs Protest. ABC United States. 1 June.
Dennis Wagner (2015). Hopis seek federal help to stop katsina auctions. AZ Central. 27 May.
Vincent Noce (2015). Plot thickens in alleged Picasso theft case. The Art Newspaper. 23 May.
Eileen Kinsella (2015). Did Dmitry Rybolovlev Buy Paintings Stolen From Picasso's Stepdaughter?. ArtNet News. 19 May.
Vincent Noce (2015). Russian billionaire's family trust joins Picasso heir in accusations against leading art dealer. The Art Newspaper. 18 May.
AFP (2015). Guggenheim vs Guggenheim in French court over art treasures housed in Venice. Art Daily. 18 May.
Vincent Noce (2015). French collectors hand back gold to China they had given to Musée Guimet. The Art Newspaper. 12 May.
Rory Mulholland (2015). Picasso stepdaughter accuses Paris dealer of stealing artist's works. The Telegraph. 12 May.
Anne Quito (2015). A 17th-century painting looted by the Nazis was returned to its owner today. Quartz. 5 May.
Anne Quito (2015). A 17th-century painting looted by the Nazis was returned to its owner today. Quartz. 5 May.
DW (2015). Couple ordered to return 'stolen Picassos,' won't face jail. DW. 20 March.
Kong Rithdee (2015). Mongkut, reinterpreted. Bangkok Post. 18 March.
Kong Rithdee (2015). Paris show features stolen crown. Bangkok Post. 17 March.
Margaux Schreurs (2015). Artworks Looted from Beijing's Old Summer Palace Stolen in French Art Heist. The Beijinger. 3 March.
Sybille de La Hamaide (2015). Rare objects stolen from Fontainebleau palace's Chinese museum. Reuters. 1 March.
Henri Neuendorf (2014). France Returns 250 Smuggled Ancient Artifacts to Egypt. ArtNet News. 1 December.
Justin Jalil (2014). The Frenchman who saved the Mona Lisa. The Times of Israel. 23 November.
Laurent Carpentier (2014). French museums face a cultural change over restitution of colonial objects. The Guardian. 3 November.
Geraldine Fabrikant (2014). Investments in Antiquities Pay Off in Museum in the South of France. The New York Times. 2 September.
Kristin Hohenadel (2014). Stolen National Treasures From France's Presidential Palace Turn Up on eBay. Slate. 4 August.
Mostafa Heddaya (2014). French Museum Collections in Trouble. Hyperallergic. 10 July.
Nevine El-Aref (2014). Islamic, pharaonic items returned to Egypt from Denmark and France. Ahram Online. 10 July.
ArtNet news (2014). Stolen Ethiopian Saint John Turns Up at Paris Auction. ArtNet News. 7 July.
The Local (2014). Dali sculpture snatched from Paris museum. The Local. 2 June.
Vancouver Island First Nation recovers historic blanket that turned up at Paris auction 100 years after it disappeared( )
Tristin Hopper (2014). Vancouver Island First Nation recovers historic blanket that turned up at Paris auction 100 years after it disappeared. National Post. 10 April.
eKantipur (2014). Stolen Nepali statues gathering dust in Paris. eKantipur. 2 April.
Jonathan Gornall (2014). Filling the colonial mind: Napoleon and the looting of the Orient. The National. 20 March.
Jonathan Jones (2013). The Paris art theft has robbed us of some truly great paintings. The Guardian. 20 May.
Bruce Webber (2012). Robert Hecht, Antiquities Dealer, Dies at 92. The New York Times. 9 February.
Lizzy Davies (2010). Paris art museum theft the work of lone robber. The Guardian. 20 May.
Angelique Chrisafis (2009). £6.9m Picasso sketchbook stolen in Paris. The Guardian. 9 June.