Morning Links: Missing Klimt Edition

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That fierce legal battle among directors of the Cy Twombly Foundation appears to have been settled. [NYT

Police reopen Gustav Klimt theft case 17 years later, hoping advances in DNA technology will help them find the missing painting. [The Guardian]

Egypt has requested that the United States restrict the importation of Egyptian antiquities because of looting that has occurred since the 2011 Arab Spring. [NYT]

“Turkey turns blind eye to plunder, says Syria.” [The Art Newspaper]

In case you missed it, a glimpse inside Jasper Johns’ show of new works based on a photograph of his friend, Lucian Freud, at MoMA. [WSJ]

“Art World’s Cream Rises at Maastricht.” [NYT]

Christopher Knight on Robert Heinecken. [Los Angeles Times]

Netherlands restitutes two works to heir of Holocaust victim. [The Art Newspaper]

Morning Links: Missing Klimt Edition