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FLORENCE.- A man eyes a painting from the sixteenth century painter, Agnolo di Cosimo, known as Bronzino displayed during the exhibition 'Bronzino. Artist and Poet at the Court of the Medici' at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, Italy, 22 September 2010. The exhibition running from 23 September 2010 until 23 January 2011 brings together a wide variety of Bronzinos masterpieces, some of them displayed together for the first time, in addition to a selection of drawings originating from the greatest museums in the world. EPA/CARLO FERRARO

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FLORENCE.- A woman reads the catalogue of the exhibition 'Bronzino. Artist and Poet at the Court of the Medici' as she look at the art works displayed at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, Italy, 22 September 2010. The exhibition running from 23 September 2010 until 23 January 2011 brings together a wide variety of Bronzinos masterpieces, some of them displayed together for the first time, in addition to a selection of drawings originating from the greatest museums in the world. EPA/CARLO FERRARO

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MEXICO CITY.- Helen Escobedo was one of the first artists of her generation to embrace site specificity both in her permanent as well as ephemeral works, she was also a precursor in the field of non permanent installations made from fortuitously available natural and industrial materials in México. Helen Escobedo passed away in Mexico City on September 16, 2010. In this image: Coatl by Helen Escobedo, 2008. Photo: Gloria Zelaya.

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MEXICO CITY.- Helen Escobedo, an international artist whose career spanned over fifty years, died in Mexico City. In this image: Mexican artist Helen Escobedo, winner of the 2009 National Arts Prize, poses next to one of her works called Desastre del 2010 shown at the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving La Esmeralda during the exhibition Escuchen el Silencio (Hear the silence), in Mexico City, Mexico, on 06 May 2010. EPA/SASHENKA GUTIERREZ.

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FRANKFURT.- A woman looks at drawings from Argentinean comics at the Museum for Communication in Frankfurt, Germany, 23 September 2010. At the Frankfurt book exhibition, Argentinean comics from different decades will be exhibited. Under the title Nos toco hacer reir - We want to make you laugh the museum exhibits historical and contemporary comic strips from 23 September until 01 October 2010. EPA/MARTINOVERSOHL.

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BAGHDAD.- Stolen artifacts that have been retrieved from the United states to the Iraqi National Museum are displayed at the national museum in Baghdad, Iraq, 23 September 2010. The recovered artifacts were stolen during the fall of Saddam Husseins regime. EPA/ALI ABBAS.

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MADRID.- Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities and Vice Minister of Culture of Egypt, Zahi Hawass, gives a speech during the opening of exhibition Un viaje secreto Egipto enigmático (A secret journey enigmatic Egypt) at Egyptian Institute of Islamic Studies in Madrid, Spain 23 September 2010. Hawass is giving a conference on his experiences at Palacio de Congresos in Madrid, Spain on 24 September 2010. EPA/MONDELO.

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RIODEVA.- A Spanish paleontologist of the Teruel-Dinopolis Paleontology Group working near the recently discovered biggest femur of a dinosaur in Europe, in Riodeva, Spain, on 23 September 2010. According to reports of the research center in Teruel, the bone has a length of 1.92 metres. EPA/GOVERNMENT OF ARAGON.

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CUENCA.- Scientists (L-R) Fernando Escaso, Francisco Ortega and Jose Luis Sanz examine the skeleton of a newly discovered dinosaur called Concavenator Corcovatus at the Museum of Sciences in Cuenca. Spanish scientists found an almost intact fossil of a new dinosaur from 125 million years ago and with a strange hump on its back, in the Las Hoyas formation in central Spain, media reported. REUTERS/UNED.

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SANTA FE.- A Vincent van Gogh sketch is seen. When word spread in the New Mexico art community that a drawing by Vincent van Gogh valued at more than a million dollars had been stolen from a Santa Fe, N.M., home in 2009, it didnt take long for someone to spot it for sale in a consignment shop. But police say the man who authorities believe stole the sketch of van Goghs famous The Night Cafe painting and then sold it for a mere $250 had fled. Last month, authorities say he turned up in Vermont where hes charged with burglarizing two condominiums in the ski resort town of Stowe, credit card fraud and occupying an abandoned camp in Underhill. (AP Photo/Santa Fe Police Departmen.

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SANTA FE.- A Vincent van Gogh sketch is seen. When word spread in the New Mexico art community that a drawing by Vincent van Gogh valued at more than a million dollars had been stolen from a Santa Fe, N.M., home in 2009, it didnt take long for someone to spot it for sale in a consignment shop. But police say the man who authorities believe stole the sketch of van Goghs famous The Night Cafe painting and then sold it for a mere $250 had fled. Last month, authorities say he turned up in Vermont where hes charged with burglarizing two condominiums in the ski resort town of Stowe, credit card fraud and occupying an abandoned camp in Underhill. (AP Photo/Santa Fe Police Departmen.

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MADRID.- The Wine of Saint Martins Day, a previously unknown work by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, is seen during a media exhibition at the Prado museum in Madrid September 23, 2010. The painting has been attributed to Bruegel, who with this painting has only 41 known works, by the Prado museum after several months of study and the restoration of the painting. REUTERS/Andrea Comas.