A Work, Painted by Pablo Picasso, Was Found after the Robbery of the Gallery Nine Years Ago
On Monday, it was reported by Athens police that Picasso’s work of art was finally found after it was taken from the National Gallery of Athens in 2012. The robbery happened nine years ago, and the masterpiece was ripped off the frames during a morning raid.
Then, police arrested a Greek man after the painting was discovered in the outskirts of the city.
Interestingly, Monday’s report appeared a few months after the Greek police said they believe the artwork was still in the country.
Picasso’s painting, showing the head of the woman, was donated to the Gallery by the artist in 1949. It is expected, the restoration of the art will be discussed during a press conference that will take place on Tuesday.
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