Two stolen paintings by the Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) discovered by law enforcement officers of Italy in Naples, told the Dutch broadcasting Corporation.
we are Talking about works of art “a view of the sea at Scheveningen (1882) and the Flock comes out of the reformed Church in Nyuenene” (1884-1885). The paintings were stolen in 2002 from the van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, reports TASS.
According to the channel, the paintings were discovered during a police investigation and are in good condition. As soon as they return home, not yet reported.
we also Recall that in 2010, a Cairo court sentenced the kidnappers of the van Gogh painting “Poppies” to three years in prison.
according to the newspaper VIEW, van Gogh painting worth $ 50 million was stolen from a Cairo Museum on August 21. Unknown cut the canvas from its frame and carried away. Initially it was reported that at the airport arrested two Italians tried to take the “Maquis”. But later denied this information.
On suspicion of negligence, embezzlement of public funds and neglect of professional duties was soon arrested three employees of security service of a Museum, and a senior official of the Ministry of culture Mohsen Shaalan. Last Saturday Shaalan accused of indirect complicity in the crime of the Minister of culture Farouk Hosni.
Egyptian billionaire Naguib Samaras promised to pay 1 million Egyptian pounds (about 176 thousand dollars) for any information that will help to detect stolen from the Cairo Museum painting by Vincent van Gogh’s “Poppies”.