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Napoleonic-era Prints at Borodino Panorama Museum
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MOSCOW, RUSSIAN FEDERATION A visitor looks 06 December 2004 at the Napoleonic-era prints displayed at an exhibition marking the 200th anniversary of Napoleon Bonaparte's coronation as emperor at the Borodino Panorama Museum in Moscow. Some 300 objects of the Napoleonic era, ranging from large canvases to army bulletins, are displayed at the exhibition. The show was partly draw from the private collection of building tycoon Viktor Baturin, who invited many of his fellow millionaires to the grand opening.





Today's News

December 7, 2004

La Scala Opera House Reopens After $80 M Revamp

Top Results for Art Basel Miami Beach

Jeremy Deller wins the Turner Prize 2004 at Tate Britain

Napoleonic-era Prints at Borodino Panorama Museum

Fernando Botero Exhibition to Open in Singapore

Awakening: La France Mandarine, Influence

Mount Vernon Estate Prepares for Holidays

Dongfang-1 Missile on Display at the Military Museum

The Book of Kings at Williams College Museum of Art

Toledo Museum of Art Remembers the Struggle

Art in Bloom at the Montclair Art Museum

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1.- Boy and an amateur archaeologist unearth legendary Danish king's trove in Germany

2.- Exhibition at The Met illustrates what visitors encountered at The palace of Versailles

3.- Philadelphia Museum of Art opens "Modern Times: American Art 1910-1950"

4.- Exhibition at Michael Hoppen Gallery presents a cross-section of works from Thomas Mailaender's career

5.- New York's Chelsea Hotel celebrity door auction raises $400,000

6.- Stevie Ray Vaughan's first guitar drives Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Auction to nearly $2.9 million

7.- Lichtenstein's Nude with Blue Hair tops $2.4 million sale of Modern & Contemporary Prints & Multiples

8.- $6.7 million Fancy Intense Blue Diamond sets auction record at Sotheby's New York

9.- Mexico court blocks sales of controversial Frida Kahlo Barbie doll

10.- Dutch museums to conduct new research on the paintings of Pieter de Hooch

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