What Happens After Stealing A Van Gogh Painting • Discoverology

What Happens After Stealing A Van Gogh Painting

Art, Crime

Thieves stole an 1884 oil painting by Vincent van Gogh called “The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring” from the Singer Laren art museum near Amsterdam. What do the criminals do with a stolen painting, and how could they get caught?

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