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In 1911, a Louvre museum employee stole "The Mona Lisa" straight off the exhibit wall in order to return it back to Italy. The smirking lady…
The biggest art heist in U.S. history occurred in 1990 at the Gardner Museum in Boston when thieves disguised as police left with paintings …
Thieves broke into the Oslo National Gallery in Norway in 1994 and stole the iconic Munch painting "The Scream." Police found a note thankin…
Thieves hiding overnight inside the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam stole over 20 painting worth $200 million in 1991.
In 2010, a lone thief broke into the Paris Museum of Modern Art by simply climbing through a window and stole five paintings from such artis…
A group of thieves set off explosives throughout Stockholm, Sweden in 2000 to distract police while they stole Renoir's "Conversation with a…
In 2004, two masked and armed men barged into the Munch Museum and stole Munch's iconic paintings "The Scream" and "Madonna." The paintings …
Thieves broke into the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester, England only to leave a note stating, "The intention was not to steal. Only to h…
French waiter Stephane Breitwieser was discovered to be a master thief who had stolen more than 200 paintings worth over $1.4 billion. He ke…
In 1969, two thieves entered the Oratory of San Lorenzo in Palermo, Italy and stole the famed Caravaggio's "Nativity." The painting has neve…
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