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Netflix Donates £500,000 To Help UK Theater Workers


As theaters remain shuttered in both the United Kingdom and the U.S., Netflix announced late Sunday that they have made a £500,000 donation to initiate the Theatre Artists Fund, a new initiative to directly help British artists affected by the ongoing pandemic. KEY FACTS - The fund, established by director Sam Mendes, the Society of London Theatre and UK Theatre, will donate £1,000…

Banksy

Six Reportedly Arrested In France In Connection With Stolen Banksy Painting


Six people have been arrested in France in connection the theft of a mural by British street artist Banksy that was stolen from Paris’ Bataclan concert hall in 2019 and later recovered in Italy earlier this month, sources told Reuters and AFP Saturday. KEY FACTS - Sources told AFP that two were charged with theft, four were charged with concealing theft and that all…

Vincent Van Gogh

Van Gogh’s Letter About His Brothel Visit Sells For $236,000 At Auction


A letter written by Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin, two of the 19th century’s greatest post-impressionist artists, about their visit to a brothel, sold at a Paris auction to the tune of about $236,000 and will be put on display in Amsterdam later this year. KEY FACTS - Believed to be the most important document written by Van Gogh that remained in private hands, the four-page letter…

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