Two stolen in 2002 Van Gogh’s paintings were found in Italy
The Netherlands Broadcasting Corporation reported that the two lost paintings by the famous painter Vincent Van Gogh were found in Naples.
Paintings discovered by law enforcement officials.
Recall that the paintings “Sea View at Scheveningen” (1882) and “The congregation leaves the Reformed Church in Nyunene” (1884-1885) were stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in 2002.
It is reported that the works of the famous artist is now in good condition and will soon return home.