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Museum Theft: Doge’s Palace – Venice, Italy

art-crime.blogspot.nl/2018/01/museum-theft-doges-palace-venice-italy.html Shortly after 10 am this morning, on the last day of an exhibition at the Doge’s Palace, (Italian: Palazzo Ducale), once the heart of the political life and public administration at the time of the Venetian Republic, jewel thieves broke into a display case and absconded with with pieces of jewelry on temporary display in Venice.…

ARCAblog: Theft at Villa Giulia, Rome: Another European Museum Hit by Thieves

Theft at Villa Giulia, Rome: Another European Museum Hit by Thieves http://art-crime.blogspot.nl/2013/04/theft-at-villa-giulia-rome-another.html?m=1 April 5, 2013 Catherine Schofield Sezgin by Lynda Albertson, CEO, Association of Research into Crimes against Art ROME – In the last thirteen months several museums in Europe have been hit with dramatic thefts. In February 2012, two men stormed the Archeological Museum…

ARCAblog: Theft at Villa Giulia, Rome: Another European Museum Hit by Thieves

Theft at Villa Giulia, Rome: Another European Museum Hit by Thieves http://art-crime.blogspot.nl/2013/04/theft-at-villa-giulia-rome-another.html April 4, 2013 Catherine Schofield Sezgin by Lynda Albertson, CEO, Association of Research into Crimes against Art ROME – In the last thirteen months several museums in Europe have been hit with dramatic thefts. In February 2012, two men stormed the Archeological Museum…

ARCAblog: Kunsthal Rotterdam Art Heist: Conferring with Ton Cremers, Dutch security consultant

Kunsthal Rotterdam Art Heist: Conferring with Ton Cremers, Dutch security consultant http://art-crime.blogspot.nl/2012/10/kunsthal-rotterdam-art-heist-conferring_18.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+arcablog+(ARCAblog) October 18, 2012 Ton Cremers by Catherine Sezgin, ARCA Blog Editor-in-Chief When Tuesday’s news broke about the theft of seven paintings from the Triton Foundation at the Kunsthal Rotterdam, bloggers and journalists rushed to the telephones and internet to piece together the news.…