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Italian painter Fornaresio’s artworks on display in Tehran
An exhibition of artworks titled, ‘Goconde Exhibition,’ featuring the artworks of renowned Italian painter Gianni Fornaresio opened in Tehran on Friday, showcasing 35 paintings at Vista Gallery.
Louvre Abu Dhabi to display award-nominated artworks at new exhibition
Louvre Abu Dhabi will open the inaugural edition of its new annual contemporary art exhibition, ‘Louvre Abu Dhabi Art Here 2021,’ on Thursday, November 18, showcasing artworks by the seven shortlisted artists for the first ‘Richard Mille Art Prize’.
Picasso artworks sell for combined $109m in Las Vegas
Eleven Pablo Picasso artworks were sold for a combined $109 million (94 million euros) in a Las Vegas auction coinciding with the artist’s 140th birthday.
Iranian artworks on display at Turkish calligraphy fair
Iranian calligraphers are displaying their work along with Turkish artists at an exhibition of a handwritten manuscript of the Islamic holy book, Qur’an, and a calligraphy art fair being held in Turkish capital Ankara.
Nearly 45% of Christie’s sales were from Iranian artworks
Iranian art works, which went under the hammer at Christie’s Middle Eastern Modern & Contemporary Art, sold almost £1.4 million.
17 Iranian artworks to go under hammer at Bonhams
Seventeen artworks by Iranian artists will go under the hammer at Bonhams Auction in London today.
Three Munich museums restitute nine Nazi-looted artworks to their heirs
The art collectors Julius and Semaya Franziska Davidsohn became victims of a major Nazi art theft by the Gestapo on a fateful day in Munich in the fall of 1938. The childless couple were arrested and taken to a concentration camp and their possessions were seized. But today, the Davidsohns’ heirs gathered in the southern German city to receive nine works of art stolen from their ancestors more than 80 years ago. The paintings, casts, and engravings had been held by three of Munich’s state museums until new research revealed the artworks’ dark history.
Robin Williams's artworks, personal belongings fetch $6.1 million at auction
Art, film memorabilia and personal effects owned by the late actor Robin Williams and his wife fetched $6.1 million at auction in New York, four years after his death, Sotheby's said.

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