Overlooked Oil Sketch at Dutch Museum Is a Rembrandt

An oil sketch that has languished in obscurity at a Dutch museum for more than a century is now believed to be a true Rembrandt. The Bredius museum in the

Discovery of Ancient Maya City Halts Ongoing Railroad Project in Mexico – ARTnews.com

Efforts to construct the $8 billion Maya Train project have yet again been thwarted by the discovery of an ancient Maya archaeological site comprised of more than 300 buildings, according

Sotheby’s Will Sell Another Rare Version of the U.S. Constitution

Last November, Sotheby’s captured the world’s attention when they offered up one of the only remaining copies of the first printing of the U.S. Constitution, which realized a record-breaking $43.2

Chinese Artifacts Worth $77M. Broken at Taiwan’s Palace Museum – ARTnews.com

  A bowl, teacup, and plate from the Ming and Qing dynasties worth £66 million ($77 million) were broken in three separate incidents at Taiwan’s National Palace Museum over the