Italian police have found two paintings by the Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh stolen in 2002 from a Museum in Amsterdam. On Friday, September 30, reports the Mirror.
paintings of the sea at Scheveningen” and “out of the Protestant Church in Nuenen” were seized during a major operation against one of the clans of the Neapolitan mafia. Despite the fact that the pictures are not kept in proper conditions, the experts confirmed their safety.
“I Confess I did not hope that someday I will be able to say those words: picture found!” Alex said rüger, Director, van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.
according to BBC News, it is still unknown whether the return of the painting to the Amsterdam exhibition. Their disappearance 14 years ago resulted in the Museum scandal, after it became clear that the costly paintings were not adequately protected and was not even insured.