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Italian police recover Gauguin, Bonnard works stolen in 70s

Paintings to be revealed in Rome

02 April, 12:12
Italian police recover Gauguin, Bonnard works stolen in 70s (ANSA) - Rome, April 2 - Italian police have tracked down two paintings by French masters stolen together in London in the 1970s and worth millions of euros, investigators said Wednesday.

The canvases by Paul Gauguin and Pierre Bonnard will be displayed at a press conference in Rome later in the day. The history of the paintings and the phases of their dramatic recovery will also be revealed.

Italian Culture Minister Dario Franceschini will be present.

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