Italy wants a Roman replica of "Doryphoros" in the Minneapolis Institute of Art returned
The recently confiscated painting is worth an estimated $7 million
New talks raise old questions about the ancient Parthenon sculptures
British museums contain hundreds of allegedly stolen temple treasures
In the 1870s, amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann inflicted irreparable damage on the site of the legendary city
Experts are debating who the bust portrays, but they agree on one thing—a thrift store is an unusual spot to find a millennia-old statue
The Bohorodchany Iconostasis has withstood religious persecution, revolutions and world wars. Can it survive Russia’s brutal assault?
The culprits sawed the life-sized bronze tribute to Marjorie Tallchief into pieces
Federal prosecutors say scammers sold fraudulent paintings and memorabilia to collectors and auction houses
A new documentary tells the tale of a suburban New Mexico couple who allegedly stole the artwork just to hang it behind their bedroom door
One of the artist’s "Shot Marilyns," the sage blue silkscreen could become one of the most expensive 20th-century paintings ever sold at auction
Spanish authorities had all but given up the search for the missing piece, which was lost in a heist carried out by notorious art thief "Erik the Belgian"
International police and U.S. Customs and Border Protection performed checks at museums, border crossing points, airports and auction houses
Ancient Mesopotamians used the vessels, which were inscribed with incantations, to ward off demons, disease and other misfortune
Boston police officers tell local media that the 1991 murder of Jimmy Marks might be linked to modern history's biggest art heist
An investigator says the artifacts were "almost certainly" looted from the Middle Eastern country
The works include pieces held in the collections of the Louvre and Musée d’Orsay in Paris
Former employees of Armadillo World Headquarters suggested the sign was taken right before the Austin venue closed in 1980. Sotheby's countered the claims
An investigation launched by the New York cultural institution concluded that the 14th- and 17th-century carvings were "unlawfully obtained"
For two centuries, diplomat Thomas Bruce has been held up as a shameless plunderer. The real history is more complicated, argues the author of a new book