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Stolen historical pieces of art
Transcript of Stolen historical pieces of art
"View of the sea at Scheveingen" by Vincent Van Gogh
Portrait of a Young Man
Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino
was born in Urbino, Italy.
This historical painting was created during 1513-1514 and was a portrait simply of a young man.
The painting was stolen during the 1940's from the Nazis in Poland for Hitlers new home.
Historians say its the most important painting missing since World War II!
He created the painting in Poland.
Medium- in oil on panel
Portrait of Adele Bloch
Gustav Klimt was born in Baumgarten, Vienna, Austria.
The Portrait of Adele Bloch was created 1907 and then sold in 2006.
In 1938 the portrait was stolen by the Nazis.
His emotions influenced him and so did other artist like Aubrey Beardsley.
The Portrait of Adele Bloch was made in Europe.
Medium- Oil, Silver, Gold.
Vincent Van Gogh was born in Zunder,Netherlands.
He painted this piece in 1882.
He painted this painting on the spot at Scheveingen, a beach resort near the Hauge, Netherlands.
The piece was stolen on December 7, 2002 around 8:00am.
The painting was stolen by two men at the Amsterdam Van Gogh museum.
This painting gives a good impression of a stormy weather, you can tell by the blowing flag and the use of color.
Medium- oil on canvas
The Concert by Johannes Vermeer
was born in Amsterdam
This piece of art has not been found to this day.
Medium: oil on canvas
March 18, 1990 thieves disguised as policemen and stole 13 pieces of art at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum which is in Boston.