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The former spokesperson of Cornelius Gurlitt said only eight of the late collector's 1,400 paintings are likely to have been stolen from Jews. The spokesman, Stephan Holzinger, made the claim Thursday when he published a statement to that effect by
Lostart.de The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany believes it has found a match between a print seized by the Nazis and a print recently found in a Munich apartment. An image of the print La Goulue by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was
The British seaside village of Aldeburgh is the hub of a substantial industry devoted to the composer, and especially now, during the centenary of his birth. There was no overwhelming winner at this year's Latin Grammys, as the Latin Academy
A collection of about 1,400 works of art discovered last year at the home of an elderly man includes works by Picasso, Chagall, Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec and major German artists. Mrs. Mlotek was a sleuth and archivist of Yiddish music whose song
Without 1895, we'd never have hipster mustaches, Babe Ruth or Jell-O! Scroll down to see what other cultural landmarks changed history that year...Designer Charles Gibson combines fragile and voluptuous feminine stereotypes to create the archetype "
The main pleasure of any extensive ukiyo-e (woodblock print) exhibition, like the Floating World show now on at the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, is the evocation of the unique civilization that underlies this particular slab of global modernity.
07 pm Toulouse-Lautrec is not shaking his walking stick at a Monmartre hussy. It's time to see Paris anew' As we emerge from the metro, the sky's brooding fug darkens, shading the vast mass of grey stone in the third arrondissement...I find it hard
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec at the National Gallery of Australia. The ACT government said the works of one of the world's most influential post-Impressionists generated $37 million for the local economy, with most of the visitors coming from outside
When Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec sketched his celebrated portraits of the Parisian demi-monde, even he could never have imagined his work would one day be displayed to new admirers amid the scorching heat and gum trees of faraway Australia. Paris and