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April 27, 2012
Buehrle collection director Lukas Gloor (R) points to the impressionist masterpieces "Ludovic Lepic and...
Zurich, Switzerland
Buehrle collection director Gloor points to recovered stolen impressionist masterpieces by Degas and...
Buehrle collection director Lukas Gloor (R) points to the impressionist masterpieces "Ludovic Lepic and his Daughters" by Edgar Degas (R) and "Boy in a Red Waistcoat" by Paul Cezanne during a news conference at the Kunsthaus in Zurich April 27, 2012. Police in Serbia recovered the Impressionist masterpieces by Cezanne and Degas that where stolen at gunpoint in one of the world's biggest art heists four years ago. The canvas - Boy in a Red Waistcoat and Ludovic Lepic and his Daughters - where two of four paintings stolen from a Swiss art gallery in 2008 by a trio of masked robbers who burst in just before closing time and told staff to lay on the floor while they took what they wanted. Left in the pictures is Corinne Bouvard of the Public Attorney's Office Zurich. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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