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A photo of Dalí's private diary.

Sotheby’s Paris Auctions Salvador Dalí’s Diary

In this week’s exciting auction finds, Sotheby’s Paris will auction off an illustrated diary that belonged to Surrealist painter Salvador Dalí in a sale of Dada and other Surrealist items, April 26-27. The diary is expected to fetch about $57,000 or 50,000 pounds. Its contents come from a period of time when Dalí was involved […]

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10 Inspiring Quotes from Artists and Philosophers

  Often, reading and reflecting can be just as inspiring as immersing yourself in the visual arts. Some of the most inspiring, provocative musings are from people who have spent their lives surrounded by arts and culture – artists who have carved out their perception of life through the arts. What are some of your […]

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Museum and Private Collection Heists Shock the Art World

Although the elaborate heists of priceless artistic pieces seems like a scene fit for a spy film, the theft of paintings and other artistic works is a very real problem for museums and private collectors. It’s also apparently a problem for Catherine Hutin-Blay, the stepdaughter of Pablo Picasso, who is reportedly mixed up in an […]

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Millions Worth of Art Stolen from Dutch Museum

Early Tuesday morning, millions worth of art was stolen from the Kunsthal Museum in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The museum is currently showing a collection of works from the Triton Foundation in celebration of its 20th anniversary. The paintings were some of the most valuable in the collection. Previous auction prices are listed after titles: –       […]

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