The controversial technology determined that the so-called de Brécy Tondo is an original by the Italian Renaissance master.
Specialists inflated the protest artwork as part of conservation testing at the Museum of London.
Some museums are opting for new language to describe the preserved individuals in their collections who were once living humans.
Multiple posts about the film have been taken down on Twitter, many of them following the government’s removal requests.
Fayneese Miller is under fire after the school failed to renew the contract of an adjunct who showed artworks depicting the Muslim Prophet Muhammad.
Hundreds of visitors were evacuated from the Incan site over the weekend.
Asma Naeem’s appointment comes in the wake of a tumultuous period for the institution.
All the Beauty and the Bloodshed centers the artist’s campaign to stop the “artwashing” of the Sackler family’s role in the opioid crisis.
Researchers are investigating whether the presence of lead formate originated from past attempts to conserve the painting.
Despite the deluge of online memes, reactions on the ground were mostly positive, but some think the work lacks context.
The sword, mislabeled as a copy when it was acquired by the Field Museum, dates back 3,000 years.
A Brazilian collector sued the Detroit Institute of Art over a loaned Van Gogh he claims is his, but a judge dismissed the lawsuit. Here’s why.