An oil portrait believed to have been painted by Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler of a little-known former lover will go under the hammer.
The owners of these 31 paintings have yet to be determined.
A strange time to take a stand for paintings.
“The show about madness would not have been complete if it did not host an episode of madness,” said the president of the museum.
Why do art forgers love the Jewish-Italian modernist master?
ROME – A “piece of crap” painting by Adolf Hitler is on display in a recently opened exhibition in northern Italy on the theme of madness. The small, untitled oil painting, on loan from a private German collector and never before exhibited, shows a seated man and a standing man at the front of a long,…
Wide-eyed superwomen mesh with history in a gorgeous new exhibition by an emerging Israeli-Ethiopian artist, currently on view in Harlem.
When Nicole Eisenman, 50, learned she was a recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship, she said she was shocked. But the honor didn’t come as a surprise to those who know her work as a painter, sculptor, printer and draftswoman.
Two paintings confiscated by the Nazis from their Jewish owners will be returned to their heirs in separate restitution deals.
A Los Angeles gallery is auctioning a painting by Adolf Hitler, with an initial asking price of $30,000.