Stealing Van Gogh

On Dec. 7, 2002, thieves broke into the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and stole two paintings. Fourteen years later, the artworks were found stashed in a hideout of the Camorra, the notorious Neapolitan crime syndicate. Art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon pieces together the story of the heist and examines the world of art crime, including why paintings are stolen, and how they are trafficked on the black market.
Jun 04, 2020
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Jul 03, 2020
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