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An 18th-century painting that was stolen from a church in Poland two decades ago was recovered after it turned up for sale on eBay.
Hundreds of years before asbestos became ubiquitous in the construction industry, Byzantine monks used the fibrous material in plaster coatings underlying their wall paintings.
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As restorers work to revitalize a painting by 16th-century Mannerist Jacopo Pontormo, surprising details emerge.
The two previously unknown portraits reveal the bard at a young age and then toward the end of his life.
Newly uncovered portraits of William Shakespeare are compared with the established depictions of the bard.
Artistic portrayals of Jesus have seemingly come to a consensus, though his image has changed over the centuries.
The Terracotta Warriors, along with other life-size sculptures built for the First Emperor of China, were inspired by Greek art, new research indicates.
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