Stolen Art Alert

Volume 5, No. 6

July/August 1984

Social Register Burglaries: Mistrial
— Lynn Stowell Pearson
New trial set for September for Michael Filides, art dealer accused as fence in Social Register Burglaries. Details of recent court proceedings. List of stolen paintings

Thefts In This Issue
— Lynn Stowell Pearson
New York: Decorative art, manuscript pages, and Miró works stolen from New York galleries. Paris, France: 129 Japanese netsuke and sabers stolen from the Museum of Decorative Arts. Thoiry, France: Second burglary this year at Chateau Thoiry. Hamburg, West Germany: Mateo Goffriller cello. Copenhagen, Denmark: Gerhard Henning, The Princess and the Pea figure stolen from Royal Copenhagen Porcelain shop.

Art from Interpol's Most Wanted List Found in Germany
Seven paintings from Norwegian National Gallery recovered in West Germany: Picasso’s Guitare et verre and Guitare, Rembrandt’s Study of a Head and Evening Landscape with a Horseman, Gauguin’s Mette Gauguin en robe de soir, Goya’s Procession X.9, and Van Gogh’s Self Portrait.

Reminder of Past Losses: Paris, France
Foujita painting, Woman and Child.

Paintings: Col, Colman, Corot, van Gogh, Goya, Luny, Picasso, Rembrandt, Roux; silver: oblong casket, table mirror.

Security Conference Argentina
Congress and International Exhibition of Physical Security, in August 1984.