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Video Video The collection includes works by Monet, Renoir, Manet, Pissaro, Gauguin, Toulouse-Lautrec and Cezanne and Nolde. If the works in Salzburg or [Munich] should be justifiably suspected of being Nazi-looted art, please give them back to their
Nazi looted Matisse work returned by Norwegian gallery Museum Chairman Halvor Stenstadvold (left) and representative of the Rosenberg family Christopher Marinello made the announcement in Norway A Norwegian museum has agreed to return a Matisse
Chelsea Lauren/Getty Images Eminem Slim Shady will rub shoulders with artists such as Geto Boys and Method Man and execs including Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. our editor recommends The Beats Music streaming service only came out this past Sunday (Jan.
This is the second time Eminem has been featured on a Marvel variant cover...Eminem's manager Paul Rosenberg spoke about why a variant cover was made: "When the opportunity came up for us to do a variant cover with Eminem and Marvel, we immediately
When news broke in August that Eminem had completed a new album, it arrived in a fashion nearly identical to the way Jay Z had announced his own record just two months earlier: in a tech-related TV commercial (Samsung for Jay Z, Beats headphones for
Shady Records president Paul Rosenberg said that a new album will be out "post-Memorial Day," but left it at that. Dr. Dre has said Marshall Mathers, Eminem's actual name, is "finishing up" the project, without putting a time frame on its release.
Inside, the French found the cargo they had been guarding, crates jammed with artwork: sculptures, drawings and framed paintings, some stacked against one another like bread slices, their signatures visible...He had seen many of the works before,
Eminem releasing his next album this Summer before going on tour? Eminem is hard at work, finishing up his first new album since 2010's "Recovery." News of the album was first confirmed by Dr. Dre , who said Eminem, real name Marshall Mathers, was "
Norway The family of a prominent Parisian art dealer is demanding that a Norwegian museum return an Henri Matisse painting seized by Nazis under the direction of Hermann Goering, in the latest dispute over art stolen from Jews during World War II.
The family of a prominent Parisian art dealer is demanding that a Norwegian museum return an Henri Matisse painting seized by Nazis under the direction of Hermann Goering, in the latest dispute over art stolen from Jews during World War II. The