A portrait of the bearded Dutch master was found under cardboard backing and glue on the reverse side of the 1885 work “Head of a Peasant Woman.”
In another action yesterday, five members of the group were arrested after they glued themselves to a landscape painting in Scotland.
Also slated for return are seven Indian artifacts and 25 Lakota items, some of them seized from the site of the 1890 Wounded Knee massacre.
The painting by David Allan has been acquired by the National Galleries of Scotland.
Researchers reproduced the acoustics of a defunct chapel at Linlithgow Palace during an Easter Mass performance.
Thousands of objects were looted from present-day Nigeria by British troops in a punitive mission in 1897.
The gallery follows in the footsteps of Tate, the National Theatre, and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
“Gateway,” an interactive installation by Joana Vasconcelos, breaks down the boundaries between art and architecture, and makes both accessible.
Timo Aho and Pekka Niittyvirta activated three synchronized lines of light to illuminate the future’s projected high tide if climate change progresses at its current pace.
The National Library of Scotland received a bundle found in a chimney, and six months of conservation revealed the rags to be a rare 17th-century map.
It’s called the Hollow Mountain, the granite peak of Scotland’s Ben Cruachan, since an incredible cave lies a kilometer below.
The Australian street artist Peter Drew has found himself at a shocking impasse with the renowned Glasgow School of Art, where he is, ironically enough, only weeks away from completing a Master’s thesis examining the tensions between big institutions and street art.