500-year-old sculpture raided by Nazis returns to rightful heirs. [Bloomberg]
Paul Signac painting threatened by spitballs at the d’Orsay. [The Art Newspaper]
Here’s a preview of the Brooke Astor collection, coming soon to Sotheby’s. [NYT]
The Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science will be selling Picasso’s “Seated Woman with Red Hat.” because it’s too difficult and expensive to secure such a valuable work of art—it hadn’t been identified as a work by Picasso when it was first gifted to the museum in the 1960s. [ArtDaily]
Look at this photo of Beckett at a cafe in Paris. It’s John Minihan’s favorite. [Guardian]
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