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    Mottled brushstrokes capture the sunset on a haystack, vivid hues fragment forest grass, while hazy edges give life to Normandy trees as they dance in the breeze.

  • Report: Art treasures in Gurlitt's Austrian house

    Austrian state television says experts have found 180 artworks - including a long-lost painting by Claude Monet - in the Salzburg house of the German art collector who hoarded art in his Munich apartment for decades.

  • Lawyer: No proof to charge Romanians for art theft

    A lawyer for three Romanians accused of stealing valuable paintings from a museum in the Netherlands insisted Friday there was insufficient evidence to charge them.

  • Dutch art heist detectives heading to Romania

    Dutch detectives and a prosecutor will travel to Romania to investigate the possible involvement of three men in a multimillion-dollar art heist in the Netherlands, a police spokesman said Wednesday.

  • Dutch police: 3 arrested in high-priced art heist

    Romanian authorities have arrested three suspects in last year's multimillion-dollar art heist from a Netherlands art gallery, Dutch police said Tuesday. But the paintings, by artists including Picasso, Matisse and Monet, have not been recovered.

  • Ex-Marcos aide charged in NY with art conspiracy

    A former secretary to Imelda Marcos was charged Tuesday in New York with conspiracy to sell valuable artworks that disappeared during the collapse of Marcos' husband's regime in the Philippines.

  • BOOK REVIEW: ‘Cezanne: A Life’

    Virtually all the impressionists revered Cezanne. Renoir said he couldn't "put two strokes of paint on a canvas without it already being very good." He made a point of working with Cezanne, and he owned several of Cezanne's paintings. He and Degas once competed to buy a Cezanne still life of pears.

  • This image provided by Christie's Images, Ltd, in New York, Friday Nov. 9, 2012, shows a work from Claude Monet's "Water Lilies" series. (Associated Press/Christie's Images Ltd.)

    Work from Monet's 'Water Lilies' fetches over $43M

    A work from Claude Monet's "Water Lilies" series has been sold for more than $43 million at a New York City auction.

  • Work from Monet's 'Water Lilies' fetches over $43M

    A work from Claude Monet's "Water Lilies" series has been sold for more than $43 million at a New York City auction.

  • Picasso, Monets stolen in Dutch heist

    Thieves broke into a Rotterdam museum on Tuesday and walked off with works from the likes of Picasso, Monet, Gauguin and Matisse potentially worth hundreds of millions.

  • Thieves with an arty eye: Heists over the years

    A Rotterdam museum art heist this week netted paintings by Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Henri Matisse and others _ but it's not the first time that money-conscious thieves with an eye for beauty have targeted famous multimillion-dollar canvasses. Here's a look at some top art heists over the decades:

  • This photo released by the police in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012, shows the 1898 painting 'Girl in Front of Open Window' by Paul Gaugain. Dutch police say seven paintings stolen from the Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam include one by Pablo Picasso, one by Henri Matisse, and two by Claude Monet. The heist, one of the largest in years in the Netherlands, occurred while the private Triton Foundation collection was being exhibited publicly as a group for the first time. (AP Photo/Police Rotterdam)

    Picasso, Monets stolen in Dutch heist

    Thieves broke into a Rotterdam museum on Tuesday and walked off with works from the likes of Picasso, Monet, Gauguin and Matisse potentially worth hundreds of millions of euros.

  • Thieves with an arty eye: Heists over the years

    A Rotterdam museum art heist this week netted paintings by Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Henri Matisse and others — but it's not the first time that money-conscious thieves with an eye for beauty have targeted famous multimillion-dollar canvasses. Here's a look at some top art heists over the decades:

  • Monet's `Water Lilies' to star at NYC auction

    An auctioneer predicts a work from Claude Monet's "Water Lilies" series could go for $30 million to $50 million when it's put up for sale next month in New York City.

  • NYC exhibition evokes Claude Monet's flower garden

    Claude Monet's beloved flower and water gardens in the north of France are world-famous. But for those unable to visit the artist's iconic home, a trip to the Bronx over the next several months will offer a taste of Monet's indisputably radiant living masterpiece _ a riotous display of color, plant variety and landscape design.

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