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# Exceptional information: she believes in finding a Picasso thief, this is a hoax
A writer who hoped to find a painting of Picasso Stolen from a museum in the Netherlands in 2012 admitted to be the victim of an "advertising stunt" by two Belgian Belgians, reported Sunday Dutch public television NOS.
Pablo Picasso's "Head of Harlequin" is one of the seven fabrics stolen more than six years ago from Kunstel in Rotterdam during a spectacular breakthrough described by the Dutch media as "the flight of the century." Estimated total in 18 million euros, these paintings, which also included two counter, Gauguin and Matisse still not found.
Mira Petitz, a Dutch writer of Romanian origin and author of a book about burglary, thought she put her hands on Picasso after receiving an anonymous message about ten days ago. The statement stated that the painting was buried in a forest in eastern Romania, where it went on Saturday.
The victim of the artistic project of two directors
On Sunday evening, the author explained on Dutch television already The victim of the artistic project of two Belgian directors, Yves Degryse and Bart Baele, launched on Thursday from Antwerp, Belgium. According to the NOS, the author claims that he received an email from the Belgian photographer and explained that the mysterious message was part of a project dedicated to the Dutch painter Geert Jan Jensen, whose paintings of the great masters harassed collections of Europe and beyond until the 1990s.
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# It happened on November 19th
On November 19, 2002, with difficulty, A luxury oil tank Sinking from France and Spain with 77,000 tons of tank fuel. The spill affects thousands of miles of coastline.
Older but Happier, November 19, 1986, The Movie "Manon from the sources" of Claude Berry After Pagnol's "de la Colance" was released in French theaters. This is a popular success and feature film recognized by critics.