Mary Cassatt, known for her intimate paintings of mothers and children, was the only American artist invited to join the French Impressionists.
Original David Bowie artworks don’t surface often—but one was recently unearthed in a donation bin in Canada.
Works by Monet, Warhol, and Dalí; Super Bowl rings; Stradivarius violins; and 1930s comic books are just some of the items you'll find in the FBI's National Stolen Art File, a public database of more than 5500 missing items of cultural value.
Did Galileo invent the telescope? No. Was he at least the first one to use it to study the moon? Also no.
The next time you come across a portrait stolen from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, you can alert Interpol without making a single phone call.