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Lost art: the possibly forged but tantalising Sinaia lead plates

Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—and others that pose potential problems

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Lost Art: when works disappear into private collections

Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—those that we can no longer see

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Lost art: the joys of the ephemeral

Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—those that we can no longer see. In this installment

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Lost art: chasing the elusive Ghent Altarpiece panel

Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—those that we can no longer see

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Lost Art: the world’s invisible collections

Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—those that we can no longer see

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Lost Art: Has Caravaggio’s long missing Nativity been found?

Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—those that we can no longer see

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Lost Art: Homer’s Troy and Priam’s Treasure

Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—those that we can no longer see

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From Monet to Van Gogh: Factum Arte re-creates lost masterpieces for Sky Arts TV series

New show tells the stories behind seven great works that have disappeared and the creation of digital facsimiles

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Lost Art: the Fondaco dei Tedeschi frescoes by Titian and Giorgione

Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—those that we can no longer see

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Lost Art: Field of the Cloth of Gold

Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works-those that we can no longer see

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Lost Art: Rogier van der Weyden’s Justice cycle

Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history’s most important works—those that we can no longer see