Forensic experts believe that they may have found the remains of the masterpieces stolen from a Dutch museum last year. Ashes found in a stove in a Romanian village indicate that the art works have probably been burned to cinders.
The personal art collection of David Rockefeller and his wife, Peggy, has gone under the hammer at Christie's. Just one day in, the auction has already broken the record as the most expensive private collection.
The man responsible for France's biggest-ever art robbery, Vjéran Tomic, has been sentenced to eight years in prison. But where are the stolen masterpieces, worth 100 million euros, now?
It was the art heist of the century. Lax security at Paris' Museum of Modern Art led to a massive theft in 2010. As the alleged thief stands trial, an art insurance expert explains why theft can't always be prevented.
Dubbed the 'Dallas on the Seine' affair, the tax-fraud trial of New York art dealer Guy Wildenstein has begun in Paris. In one of the biggest-ever cases of its kind, the 70-year-old faces 10 years in jail if convicted.
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