1990 in art

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Bell Circles II (sound installation, Portland, Oregon) – Robert Coburn
1990 in art

1958 in art

1958
16 February – Keith Haring, American artist and social activist (b. 1958)
4 May – Keith Haring, American artist and social activist (d.1990).

1919 in art

1919
January – Daniel du Janerand, French painter (b. 1919)
July 18 – Daniel du Janerand, French painter (d. 1990)

1957 in art

1957
18 July – Yves Chaland, French cartoonist (b. 1957)
April 3 – Yves Chaland, French cartoonist (d. 1990)

Friendship Circle (sculpture)

Friendship Circle
Friendship Circle (installation, Portland, Oregon) – Lee Kelly with Michael Stirling
1990 in art

1895 in art

1895
15 March – Jim Ede, English art collector (b. 1895)
Jim Ede, English art collector (died 1990)

1897 in art

18971885/1897
22 January – Roman Vishniac, Russian-American photographer (b. 1897)
August 19 – Roman Vishniac, Russian American photographer (died 1990)

1913 in art

1913
15 February – Norman Parkinson, English fashion photographer (b. 1913)
April 21 – Norman Parkinson, English fashion photographer (died 1990)

1899 in art

1899
23 July – Pierre Gandon, French illustrator and engraver of postage stamps (b. 1899)
Pierre Gandon, French illustrator and engraver of postage stamps (died 1990)

1910 in art

1910
May – Fuller Potter, American Abstract expressionist artist (b. 1910)
April 24 – Fuller Potter, American Abstract expressionist artist (d. 1990).

1892 in art

1892
21 April – Romain de Tirtoff, Russian-born French artist and designer (b. 1892)
23 November – Romain de Tirtoff, Russian-born French artist and designer (died 1990).

1932 in art

1932
30 June – Jacques Lob, French comic book creator (b. 1932)
August 19 – Jacques Lob, French comic book creator (d. 1990)

1905 in art

1905
25 July – Leonard Bahr, American portrait and mural painter (b. 1905)
May 12 – Leonard Bahr, American portrait and mural painter (d. 1990)

1938 in art

1938
26 October – Joan Brown, American figurative painter (b. 1938)
February 13 – Joan Brown, American figurative painter (d. 1990)

1915 in art

1915
8 December – Tadeusz Kantor, Polish painter, assemblage artist, set designer and theatre director (b. 1915)
April 6 – Tadeusz Kantor, Polish painter, Assemblage artist, set designer and theatre director (d. 1990)

1924 in art

1924
14 October – Clifton Pugh, Australian artist (b. 1924)
17 December – Clifton Pugh, Australian artist (d.1990).

1904 in art

1904
7 December – Jean Paul Lemieux, Canadian-American painter (b. 1904)
18 November – Jean Paul Lemieux, Canadian-American painter (d. 1990)

1925 in art

1925
28 December – Ed van der Elsken, Dutch photographer (b. 1925)
10 March – Ed van der Elsken, Dutch photographer (d. 1990).

1931 in art

1931
23 December – Serge Danot, French animator (b. 1931)
Serge Danot, French animator (d. 1990)

March 18

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18 March – Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft: Twelve paintings, collectively worth from $100 to $300 million, are stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts by two thieves posing as police officers. This is the largest art theft in United States history and the largest-value theft of private property in world history, and the paintings have not been recovered.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft

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18 March – Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft: Twelve paintings, collectively worth from $100 to $300 million, are stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts by two thieves posing as police officers. This is the largest art theft in United States history and the largest-value theft of private property in world history, and the paintings have not been recovered.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

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18 March – Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft: Twelve paintings, collectively worth from $100 to $300 million, are stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts by two thieves posing as police officers. This is the largest art theft in United States history and the largest-value theft of private property in world history, and the paintings have not been recovered.

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18 March – Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft: Twelve paintings, collectively worth from $100 to $300 million, are stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts by two thieves posing as police officers. This is the largest art theft in United States history and the largest-value theft of private property in world history, and the paintings have not been recovered.