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A judge awarded $6.7 million Monday to graffiti artists who sued after dozens of spray paintings were destroyed on the walls of dilapidated warehouse buildings torn down to make room for high-rise luxury residences.
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Dynamichrome digitally reconstructs historical photos in color, and the results are beautiful.
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One person's trash is another's treasure. This piece of art is worth an estimated $10 to $15,000, as Cheryl Conroy Warren from Connecticut found out while appearing on an episode of 'Antiques Roadshow.' The artwork was plucked from a dumpster at Yale University by her dad around 1999. InsideEdition....
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Three brothers in Teaneck, New Jersey managed to earn over a million dollars after discovering a lost Rembrandt in their basement! Nathan Rousseau Smith (@FantasticMrNate) has the story.
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Love Christmas? Well, just outside Vancouver, Canada lies Instagram heaven.
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Artists and inventors are driven by all sorts of motivating factors, and in the case of Joseph Nicéphore Niépce, the man who took the "first photograph," they included poor drawing skills and Napoleon’s army.
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The $450 million sale of Leonardo da Vinci's "Salvatore Mundi" has touched off an epic guessing game in the art world: Who paid so much for a painting?
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One of China's most prominent contemporary artists, Zeng Fanzhi, has recreated Van Gogh's self-portraits in a series of striking new paintings.
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People all over the Internet are baffled by this challenging puzzle. 
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We’ve swapped colours, altered details, moved objects around, or simply made them vanish. Now’s your chance to prove that nothing escapes your eagle eye. Good luck!
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The last Leonardo da Vinci painting in private hands is going to auction in New York next month — with a pre-sale estimate of around $100 million.
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Pause any part of the video, and you'll see the shapes disappear before your very eyes.
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Turns out Michelangelo, da Vinci, Van Gogh and company were even more brilliant than we've given them credit for.
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Move over, blue-black-white-gold dress, there’s a new optical illusion taking over the internet, and it’s a real head-scratcher. 
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15 Caves That Hold the World’s Ancient Art
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Take a look at the gallery and find some images that'll soothe your brain, showing just how perfect the world can be.
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