In the painting Woman with Eyes Closed, by the British artist Lucian Freud, which, in 2012, the Rotterdam Kunsthal in rotterdam, it was stolen, it seems to be still in circulation in the criminal underworld. Tell kunstdetective Arthur-a Fire on Friday NU.nl after reporting from The guardian nigeria.
In 2012, the disappeared, the seven masterpieces from the Kunsthal in rotterdam. After that, the suspected and accused persons in Romania were up for grabs, it was assumed that the paintings, including works by Picasso and Monet, all of them were burned. The mother of one of the arrested suspects would be in the works in her stove to destroy it.
The WNL program is a matter of Life blikten involved detectives on Wednesday of last week and the back on the case, she thought, convinced that of all the stolen works, indeed, have been lost.
Thanks to a photo of the Fire a year ago, it would have been covered by a newspaper, and in October of 2018, to be seen, he said, however, the work of Freud to be found. “On the basis of this picture, it is very difficult for you to determine whether or not it is not a fake one”, meaning the kunstdetective right away. “You know, I have to tell you that the source is very trustworthy. I can’t tell you what cases he’s taken on, but he has a track record of 100 per cent.”
“Four may not get burned’
“The police at the time, done an excellent job,” says Brand. “She’s got a man in a hurry. But there are also rumors that all four of the pieces have already been sold even before they are in Romania for a little bit, and that is in the mother and, therefore, only three of the paintings have been burnt. The remaining work would be for the two of Monet’s, the Picasso’s, and of the work of Lucian Freud to be.”
The fire has already come out with information about possible locations of works of art. In this way, he will be in 2018 and to know that the lost Picasso, a well-known Dutchman on the wall. “That story is still going,” he says. “Although it is said that the person in question, the work has to be returned to the guests.”
The kunstdetective, earlier this year, a Picasso and found that for over twenty years, was missing in action, stresses the fact that he is reluctant to want to be in. “But the longer it goes on, the less likely it is that you will find. This is a way to rock the boat, to throw it.”
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