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Antoni Gaudi may have used a psychiatric hospital as a testing ground for his ideas. [The Guardian]

Police recover the $250,000 Rembrandt whose theft made news yesterday. The caper is described as “low-tech”. [AP]

The Hague city government will pay $1.43 million to a Jewish art dealer whose gallery was looted by Hermann Goering. [Bloomberg]

Artnet plans first Middle Eastern Contemporary art sale. [ArtDaily]

Here’s what USA Today thinks of Crystal Bridges, Lindsay Pollock is quoted. [USA Today]

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