The Stolen Picasso Paintings
At least two Picasso paintings, worth a total of €50 million (US$66 million), have been stolen from the artist’s granddaughter’s home in Paris. The paintings, “Maya and the Doll” and “Portrait of Jacqueline,” have disappeared and will probably be never seen again. The Art Loss Register, which maintains the world’s largest database on stolen, missing and looted art, currently lists 444 missing Picasso pieces, including paintings, lithographs, drawings and ceramics.

It would be really unfortunate, if these pieces of art are locked up in some private collector’s locker, never to be seen again. Here are the latest stolen paintings.

Maya with a Doll - Picasso

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