Crimean museum director sanctioned by EU and Switzerland
Andrei Vitalievich Maglin is holding thousands of works from the Ukrainian city of Kherson
Ancient Greek gold coin from Crimea sells for a record-breaking £4.8m
The rare stater depicting a satyr—a "marvel of speaking portraiture"—was once in the collection of the State Hermitage Museum but was sold to raise money for the Soviet government
Putin visits heritage site in Crimea on ninth anniversary of annexation
Tauric Chersonese, a Unesco World Heritage Site, will boast multiple museums—and a humanitarian centre
Special investigation: Serious concerns over fate of Ukraine’s museum works taken by Russians
The Art Newspaper probes the complex issues arising from the removal of the Kherson Museum’s collection, sent to Crimea for “safekeeping”
Ukraine gets emergency Red List for art as evidence mounts of 'trading networks flowing West'
The International Council of Museums has worked with Interpol to create the list, with border patrols on "high alert" to seize art stolen from Ukrainian museums—but is it too late?
Revisiting Van Gogh’s comments on the Crimean War—when the Russian emperor was defeated by the winter weather
Vincent declared that a cartoon in Punch magazine was greater than Holbein's Dance of Death
Bitterly contested trove of Crimean gold artefacts must return to Ukraine, not Russia, Dutch court rules
Ancient artefacts were on loan to Amsterdam museum when Crimea was annexed in 2014
Unesco report reveals extent of Russian threat to Crimean heritage
Since the annexation in 2014, Russia has been persecuting the Tatar population and appropriating monuments