by Catherine Sezgin, ARCA Blog
Interpol is the international police organization established in 1923. In 2009, its database for Stolen Art was made available to the public. It takes about one to two weeks to obtain permission and a password to access the lists of recovered and stolen art objects.
Earlier this month, police in Serbia recovered a painting by Paul Cézanne that had been stolen from an Impressionist museum in Zurich in 2008.
Courbet's Coastal Landscape in North of France/Interpol by Catherine Sezgin, ARCA Blog Editor-in-Chief Huffington Post contributor Priscilla Frank saluted Gustave Courbet's birth on June 10, 1819 with a tribute to the artist and a s... Read Post
Jan Brueghel the Elder's "Allegorie de la terre" by Catherine Schofield Sezgin, ARCA Blog Editor-in-Chief Last night after looking up stolen snuffboxes on INTERPOL's Works of Art database, I curiously looked up Recovered Items and f... Read Post