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Stolen By Jonathan Webb

by Jonathan Webb

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A collection of more than 200 of the world's most important missing masterpieces - paintings, sculptures and artefacts. Julian Radcliffe, the head of the Art Loss Register, discusses these missing works.
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Stolen: The Gallery of Missing Masterpieces by Jonathan Webb

This is an overview of the booming business of art theft and a look at more than 200 of the world's missing masterpieces - paintings, sculptures, and artefacts which have disappeared and are not likely to be seen in public again. Filled with wonderful images, notes about why the pieces are important and descriptions of the circumstances in which the works were taken accompany each picture. The result is a fascinating look at the world of art theft and the masterpieces that have been lost. Julian Radcliffe, the head of the Art Loss Register in London, has been the consultant adviser on this important project.

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About Jonathan Webb

Foreword by Julian Radcliffe. Julian Radcliffe OBE is the chairman of the London-based Art Loss Register, an organisation that assists in art recovery around the world. He has helped governments, private organisations and individuals reclaim works of art worth over $100 million. He has written extensively on the subject of art recovery and theft prevention.

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Stolen: The Gallery of Missing Masterpieces by Jonathan Webb
Jonathan Webb
Used - Very Good
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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