Artworks Stolen from National Picture Gallery Years Ago were Found


The National Security Service and the Investigative Committee have revealed theft of artworks from the National Picture Gallery of Armenia years ago.

The National Security Service had obtained operative data that two citizens of Armenia want to sell the Hunter by Matthias Brassau and Etude: Spring Scenery by Isaak Levitan of special value stolen from the National Picture Gallery of Armenia.

A check found out that back in June 2012 the Investigative Committee launched investigation into the theft of ten exhibits, including the aforementioned pictures, stolen from the exhibit hall and the director’s office in the period between 1951 and 1992. However, the crime was not revealed, the stolen exhibits were not found, and the proceedings were suspended because the person to be charged was not identified.

In the result of the complex operative intelligence measures and investigative actions the persons suspected of involvement in the theft were found and stopped. The aforementioned artworks were found with them and confiscated. The investigation continues, the National Security Service informs.

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