Complete coverage on

Rembrandt van Rijn

Busy travelers don't always have time to visit the artistic hotspots in the cities they pass through. But for culture vultures in a hurry, there is another way to experience quality artwork on the fly -- by sampling airport galleries and art installations.

Latest Stories

Federal fine art auction open until Mondayupdated: Sun Jul 01 2012 16:46:00

Nearly 250 works of art -- including pieces by Chagall, Matisse, Picasso and Toulouse-Lautrec -- are being sold online through a national auction ending Monday, the U.S. Marshals Service said.

Home search is about missing artwork, alleged mobster's lawyer saysupdated: Thu May 10 2012 23:13:00

Law enforcement agents began searching the Connecticut home of an alleged mobster on Thursday. But the suspect's attorney says authorities are actually hunting for hundreds of millions of dollars in stolen art that went missing from a Boston museum more than 20 years ago.

Police recover stolen Rembrandt sketchupdated: Tue Aug 16 2011 13:49:00

Police have recovered 'The Judgment' etching, valued at more than $250,000, but have yet to nab a suspect.

Stolen Rembrandt found in Southern Californiaupdated: Tue Aug 16 2011 13:49:00

Whoever stole a sketch by Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn from a hotel apparently dumped the piece in a church building, perhaps daunted by the prospect of trying to unload it amid widespread media coverage, a Los Angeles County sheriff's detective said Tuesday.

Rembrandt work stolen from California hotelupdated: Sun Aug 14 2011 19:35:00

Detectives in southern California searched Sunday for clues to crack the case of a stolen piece of artwork by Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn, thought to be worth some $250,000.

Rembrandt discovery sparks hopes, doubts as value soars by $7 millionupdated: Fri Oct 22 2010 11:36:00

Since it was discovered hanging on the walls of a Rotterdam museum, a painting thought to be by Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn has jumped in value by $7 million.

Finding stolen piece of history may not be easy taskupdated: Wed Aug 25 2010 12:38:00

For more than 20 years, the bulletproof museum case housed a small piece of yesteryear: a gold bar recovered from a sunken Spanish galleon. Today, its case is broken, littered with black fingerprint dust. The treasure is gone. Stolen. Two thieves were caught in the act by the museum's security cameras.

Amsterdam interesting -- and hip enough -- for teensupdated: Tue Sep 23 2008 11:09:00

I've found vacation nirvana for teenagers and it's a place parents will like just as much as teens do. Frank Deford: Where Phelps ranks in the sports pantheonupdated: Wed Aug 20 2008 14:05:00

In quick succession, I've been asked to lend my presumed wisdom to the following ascending questions: 'Fake' Rembrandt Worth Millionsupdated: Thu Jun 19 2008 12:00:00

Experts have confirmed "Rembrandt Laughing," bought for a bargain price of $4.5 million, is a self-portrait by the Dutch master himself Nazi World War Art Claim Madeupdated: Mon Oct 01 2007 08:00:00

In Holland, the family of Nathan Katz believes that 225 paintings should be returned to them Diamonds and zirconsupdated: Wed Jan 03 2007 14:14:00

As we look back on 2006, one question: Where did all the good teams go? What an ordinary bunch of pseudo-winners. Never mind even a wannabe dynasty. Oh, what I would give for another bully of a team, a juggernaut, a steamroller. Where are the monsters of yesteryear?

Amsterdam: City Overviewupdated: Wed Oct 04 2006 10:36:00

Amsterdam is blessed and cursed by its reputation as the world's most liberal city. So many backpackers, stag nighters and lost weekenders flood into the city each day in search of a pot-smoking party town that their expectations have become self-fulfilling.

Leonardo, Cezanne among FBI's most wantedupdated: Tue Nov 15 2005 19:03:00

How did two pricey Van Goghs become Van Gone?

Business 2.0: How to Love Your Layoverupdated: Thu Sep 01 2005 00:01:00

First the bad news: Long airport layovers are here to stay. With fewer planes flying but just as many people traveling, passengers now spend twice as much time in transit limbo as they did prior to...

CNNMoney: Langone counter bid for NYSE?updated: Mon Apr 25 2005 06:05:00

Kenneth Langone, a former director of the New York Stock Exchange, is attempting to mount a counter bid to buy the exchange, a source close to the matter said Monday.

Cold caseupdated: Fri Mar 18 2005 17:22:00

Masterpieces by some of the world's greatest artists, including Rembrandt, Manet and Degas, were among more than a dozen art objects stolen 15 years ago in a cunning -- and so far perfect -- crime.

Kicking King secures Gold Cup winupdated: Fri Mar 18 2005 10:38:00

Kicking King landed a famous victory for Ireland in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, jump racing's highest quality event.

Treble for Cheltenham's Best Mateupdated: Thu Mar 18 2004 13:28:00

Best Mate emulated Arkle and joined horse racing's greats on Thursday by winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup for the third year in succession.

Fortune: Rembrandt: Method Acting on Canvasupdated: Mon Dec 06 1999 00:01:00

Rembrandt's Eyes by Simon Schama Knopf, 702 pages, illus.

Money Magazine: HOW TO GRAB GREAT DEALS ON WORKS OF ART WITHOUT GETTING SCAMMEDupdated: Fri Nov 01 1996 00:01:00


Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Feb 08 1993 00:01:00

ALCOHOL-FREE MOUTHWASH Most mouthwash contains 14% to 27% alcohol, which makes it doubly risky. Some research links extensive use of mouthwash with alcohol to oral cancer, and kids find the brightl...

We recommend