Picaso’s Tete De Femme pencil sketch retrieved

I just read an article on BBC talking about Picaso’s  Tete De Femme stolen pencil sketch. I didn’t know that it was actually stolen and I can’t even think of how a man can simply hold such a valuable sketch under his arm without being noticed by the security in San Francisco art gallery. The sketch is now recovered without its frame. Art Gallary guards would better watch out! Not all the people with high taste can afford buying such pieces.

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3 thoughts on “Picaso’s Tete De Femme pencil sketch retrieved

  1. I’m glad that it’s back in the hands of the original owner. Though art is an important part of a culture and therefore should be available to be watched by everybody in a museum or public area instead of ‘hidden’ somewhere in a safe.

    Picasso’s most famous painting. A protest against the civil war in Spain.
    http://www.fotosop.nl/afbeelding?f=915422931710Guernica (1937) a protest against the civil war in Spain..jpg

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