FBI TOP 10 ART CRIMES – July 2017

FBI TOP 10 ART CRIMES – July 2017burglary-attorney-los-angeles-1259943_640

10: Renoir Oil Painting – stolen during home invasion in Houston, TX
9: Van Mieris’ A Cavalier – stolen from a gallery in Sidney, Australia
8: Theft from the Museu Chacara Do Céu – 4 works of art stolen from museum in Rio De Janeiro
7: Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney Murals – stolen from gallery in West Hollywood, California
6: Cezanne’s View of Auvers-sur-Oise – stolen from Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England
5: Van Gogh Museum Robbery – Vincent Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam **ART RECOVERED**
4: Davidoff-Morini Stradivarius – stolen from the New York City apartment
3: Caravaggio’s Nativity with San Lorenzo and San Francesco – stolen from Oratory of San Lorenzo in Palermo, Italy
2: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist – 13 works of art stolen from museum in Boston
1: Iraqi Looted and Stolen Artifacts – stolen from Baghdad Museum

FBI Top 10 Art Crimes

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