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Italy Declines to Lend Leonardo da Vinci’s Artworks to France

  Italy has stood ground on its firm decision of declining to lend the artworks one of its greatest natives, to France. What is termed as this year’s “greatest cultural event” at the Louvre Museum in Paris, is expected to mark the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci. However, an …

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Dr. Bendor’s Cat Destroys Rare Painting

  Before you get a pet, you cannot quite imagine what living with one can be like, it just doesn’t come on a silver platter; you have to keep it clean, ensure it is well fed and of course healthy. However, once you become fond of it, you cannot imagine …

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RUBENS DRAWING PUT UP FOR AUCTION BY A DUTCH ROYAL

  An anonymous Dutch Royal has commissioned Sotheby’s in London and New York to sell a number of works of art from the collection of King William II of Netherlands (1792-1849).  Sotheby’s is a British founded American multi-national with its headquarter in New York City. It is one of the …

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