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August 15, 2011 | By Christopher Reynolds, Los Angeles Times staff writer
Suddenly, those towels and robes and magazines and pens and stationery and slippers you swiped from the Paris Hilton don't seem like such a big deal, do they? Not when you consider Saturday night, when one or more thieves engineered an art theft at the Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey Hotel. While security staffers and a curator were looking elsewhere, Los Angeles County Sheriff's officials said, somebody swiped a 6-by-11-inch Rembrandt pen-and-ink drawing worth an estimated $250,000.
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June 1, 2006
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 2011 | By Abby Sewell and Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times
The dramatic theft of a Rembrandt drawing from an upscale hotel in Marina del Rey and its mysterious reappearance in a priest's office two days later has roiled the art world. But the recovery of the piece is only the beginning to answering the myriad questions surrounding the case. Among them: Is the work really a Rembrandt? Some experts were skeptical of the piece's origins because they've never heard of this particular drawing. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, which is investigating the theft, is also taking independent steps to confirm that the piece is actually a Rembrandt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 2011 | By Abby Sewell, Los Angeles Times
Investigators are refusing to return a purported Rembrandt drawing that was stolen from an auction at an upscale hotel and then recovered last month, citing questions about the authenticity and ownership of the piece. The artwork was reported stolen from an exhibit at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Marina del Rey on Aug. 13. Two days later, it was recovered when someone dropped it off at a priest's office at a church in Encino — an act whose motivation remains a mystery. The Times reported previously that there were questions about whether the small pen-and-ink drawing was really the work of the 17th century Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn, as its owner, the Bay Area-based Linearis Institute, claimed.
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September 25, 2006 | James Hannah, Associated Press
They're remodeling his place, so Rembrandt is taking a vacation. Six paintings and several etchings by Rembrandt van Rijn as well as works from other Dutch masters -- long housed in the Netherlands' national Rijks museum in Amsterdam -- are hanging in the Dayton Art Institute on the first stop of a U.S. tour. The traveling exhibit opened to the public Sunday and will be in this Midwestern city for three months before moving on to Phoenix and then Portland, Ore.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 16, 1987 | RICK VANDERKNYFF
A new player has moved into Laguna Beach's contemporary-oriented gallery scene with an opening exhibit that features two hallowed names from the past--Rembrandt and Renoir. In a novel twist on the traditional commercial art gallery, Trey Ligon Gallery offers period antiques with its art.
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December 8, 1990 | LEAH OLLMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Look carefully and you can witness an exchange between artists of different worlds, different generations, different eras. The dialogue has been staged at two local institutions, the Timken Art Gallery in Balboa Park, which houses a collection of European and American art made through the end of the 19th Century, and the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art (SDMCA) in La Jolla.
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January 31, 1998 | SHAUNA SNOW
TELEVISION Bonus Prescriptions: The executive producers of NBC's "ER"--still in a generous mood after being granted an $850-million windfall because of the series' pricey renewal--distributed bonuses amounting to $7 million to the drama's cast. The five remaining original cast members--Anthony Edwards, George Clooney, Juliana Margulies, Noah Wyle and Eriq La Salle--were given $1-million checks Thursday from Tony Jonas, the president of Warner Bros. Television, which produces the show.
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