Lost Art: the disappearing art of how we buy art
How will the experience of art collecting change after the coronavirus pandemic?
Lost art: works with a death warrant
Should we mourn the loss of art that was only made to be destroyed?
Lost art: to save, or not to save, when works are in peril
From Smithson’s Spiral Jetty to a mordant Trump nutcracker figure
Lost Art: the mysterious allure of Japan’s Three Sacred Treasures
Does the imperial collection really include a mirror of wisdom, a sword of valour, and a jewel of benevolence gifted from the gods?
Lost art: the great Caravaggio whodunnit
Ahead of the painting's sale, the art historian Noah Charney asks whether the pricey work is a true lost treasure or one of scores made by Caravaggisti
Lost artists: why some creators disappear
The world is full of wonderful artists, but not all their names are known, and fewer are remembered
Lost art: should we rebuild sacked castles and ruined palaces?
Noah Charney examines how historic buildings that were needlessly destroyed can live on today
Lost art: on the trail of vanished cities of legend
Noah Charney explains how mythological clues can lead us to real findings
Lost art: the possibly forged but tantalising Sinaia lead plates
Noah Charney on the potential problems and fascinating details behind these little-known and under-studied objects
Lost art: when works disappear into private collections
Noah Charney on works that are “extant but inaccessible”
Lost art: the joys of the ephemeral
Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history's most important works—those that we can no longer see
Lost art: chasing the elusive Ghent Altarpiece panel
Noah Charney on the work that was the target of 13 different crimes
Lost art: the world’s invisible collections
Noah Charney on the Sadnikar family's extremely personal collection in Slovenia
Lost art: Has Caravaggio’s long missing Nativity been found?
Noah Charney on the Carabinieri's efforts to track down the stolen painting
Lost art: Homer’s Troy and Priam’s Treasure
Noah Charney on how epic histories became mythical stories
Lost art: the Fondaco dei Tedeschi frescoes by Titian and Giorgione
Noah Charney on works that we cannot see, but which remain as an influence to those who did see them
Lost art: Field of the Cloth of Gold
Noah Charney on the hundreds of works that were described those who saw them as wondrous, but which were only ever meant to be temporary
Lost art: Rogier van der Weyden’s Justice cycle
Noah Charney on works that were more influential to history than those that survive
Lost Art: Michelangelo’s Sleeping Eros
Noah Charney shares the stories behind some of art history’s most important works—those that we can no longer see