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.
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Jun 04, 2020
Watch Until:
Jul 03, 2020
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