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Holland America Line's Rotterdam Sets Sail with World-Class Floating Art Gallery Valued at Over $4.1 Million

Ellensburg Daily Record 27 Oct 2021
27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Holland America Line ships have long been regarded as floating art galleries for their extensive collections of museum-quality pieces ... https.//www.multivu.com/players/English/8823452-holland-america-line-rotterdam-floating-art-gallery/.
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Edvard Munch Beyond 'The Scream'

Wall Street Journal 17 Sep 2021
Yet at Oslo’s Munch Museum, gallery space was actually shrinking after a 2004 robbery forced an increase in security measures, while a series of special exhibitions edged out any permanent installation of its namesake’s art.
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Creating a 'Monster' and More

The East Hampton Star 02 Sep 2021
In addition to the president, the gallery owner Edward Tyler Nahem was there ... Of his gallery, he said, “If somebody would have told me, even five years before I started to do this, that this is what I’d be doing, they could as readily have said I’d be able to figure out the formula for rocket fuel.”      ... Once settled in Oslo, Mr.
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'No gallery is an Island': Nordic galleries gather for Chart art fair

The Art Newspaper 26 Aug 2021
Peder Lund gallery in Oslo will present blue-chip contemporary works by artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Constantin Brâncuși, Ida Ekblad, Isa Genzken, and Roni Horn in an installation “inspired by one of the great photographic images of the twentieth century. Constantin Brâncuși's Vue de l'atelier (1927)”, the gallery says ... gallery Photo.
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Omaha artist uses medieval technique to create unique, one-of-a-kind pottery

Omaha World-Herald 25 Jul 2021
Internet sites such as Pinterest and Etsy and art gallery pages feature hundreds of pieces like those Carolyn Fleming Fisch has on display at Omaha’s Artists Cooperative Gallery ... The color shrieked.” The iconic painting was stolen from the Oslo National Gallery in 1994; the culprit was apprehended and the painting recovered several months later.
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Great Reads in Photography: July 25, 2021

PetaPixel 25 Jul 2021
... number of signed prints available through a gallery ... courtesy the artist and Regen Projects, Los Angeles; Lehmann Maupin, New York/Hong Kong/Seoul/London; Thomas Dane Gallery, London and Naples; and Peder Lund, Oslo (page 42) Portraits (1993–97) © Catherine Opie courtesy Phaidon.
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The best documentaries on Hulu

Mashable 09 Jul 2021
Seeking a story that's stranger than fiction but just as fascinating? Then you'll relish Hulu's rich collection of documentaries, suitable for every inclination ... 1 ... It was a sunny day in Oslo, when the titular thief, Karl-Bertil Nordland, strolled into an art gallery and plucked a large painting from the wall before vanishing out the back door ... 2 ... 3 ... 4.
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Great Reads in Photography: June 13, 2021

PetaPixel 13 Jun 2021
courtesy Catherine Opie and Regen Projects, Los Angeles; Lehmann Maupin, New York/Hong Kong/Seoul/London; Thomas Dane Gallery, London and Naples; and Peder Lund, Oslo ... Catherine Opie and Regen Projects, Los Angeles; Lehmann Maupin, New York/Hong Kong/Seoul/London; Thomas Dane Gallery, London and Naples; and Peder Lund, Oslo.
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Charles Hill, who tracked down stolen masterpieces, dies at 73

The Daily Progress Charlottesville 17 Mar 2021
On the morning of Feb. 12, 1994, a pair of thieves stole a ladder, smashed a second-floor window and made off with a masterpiece from the National Gallery in Oslo, grabbing Edvard Munch’s 1893 painting “The Scream” and leaving behind ... .
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Art sleuth who tracked down Vermeer stolen by ‘The General’ and Munch’s The Scream dies at 73

Irish Independent 13 Mar 2021
On the morning of February 12, 1994, a pair of thieves stole a ladder, smashed a second-floor window and made off with a masterpiece from the National Gallery in Oslo, grabbing Edvard Munch’s 1893 painting The Scream and leaving behind a pile of broken glass, a pair of wire cutters and a postcard.
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Charles Hill: Detective who found Munch’s Scream and Russborough Vermeer dies at 73

The Irish Times 12 Mar 2021
It was May 1994, three months after two thieves had propped a ladder against the National Gallery in Oslo, stolen The Scream and left behind a taunting note that said, “Thanks for the poor security.” Norwegian police asked for help from Scotland Yard’s art and antiques unit, which assigned Hill, a leading specialist in recovering purloined art.
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Detective who found Munch’s Scream and Irish Vermeer stolen by Martin Cahill dies at 73

The Irish Times 12 Mar 2021
It was May 1994, three months after two thieves had propped a ladder against the National Gallery in Oslo, stolen The Scream and left behind a taunting note that said, “Thanks for the poor security.” Norwegian police asked for help from Scotland Yard’s art and antiques unit, which assigned Hill, a leading specialist in recovering purloined art.
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Charles Hill, who tracked down stolen masterpieces like 'The Scream,' dies at 73

Stars and Stripes 12 Mar 2021
12, 1994, a pair of thieves stole a ladder, smashed a second-floor window and made off with a masterpiece from the National Gallery in Oslo, grabbing Edvard Munch's 1893 painting "The Scream" and leaving behind a pile of broken glass, a pair of wire cutters and a postcard.
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Charley Hill obituary

The Guardian 11 Mar 2021
Below, in the dark, was Edvard Munch’s painting The Scream, stolen three months earlier from the National Gallery in Oslo ... “I posed as a representative of the Getty Museum, wanting to buy the painting. The Getty was wonderful in creating an identity for me ... ....
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Charles Hill, Detective Who Found 'The Scream,' Dies at 73

Brattleboro Reformer 10 Mar 2021
It was May 1994, three months after two thieves had propped a ladder against the National Gallery in Oslo, stolen “The Scream,” and left behind a taunting note that said, “Thanks for the poor security.” Norwegian police asked for help from Scotland Yard’s art and antiques unit, which assigned Hill, a leading specialist in recovering purloined art.
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