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Stolen Dutch Paintings Resurface In Eastern Ukraine

Twenty-four Dutch paintings from the 17th and 18th century have apparently resurfaced in eastern Ukraine after being stolen by two burglars in a high-tech theft from the Westfries Museum in the Dutch city of Hoorn in January 2005. Below are nine of them.

Jan Claesz. Rietschoof, View on Oostereiland, Hoorn, 1652-1719
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Jan Claesz. Rietschoof, View on Oostereiland, Hoorn, 1652-1719

Painting, Jan van Goyen, Landscape with cart, 1632 Oil on canvas, 126 x 94,5 cm. Invnr. 00529
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Painting, Jan van Goyen, Landscape with cart, 1632 Oil on canvas, 126 x 94,5 cm. Invnr. 00529

Hendrik Bogaert, A farmer’s wedding, 1671-1675
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Hendrik Bogaert, A farmer’s wedding, 1671-1675

Egbert Lievens van de Poel, Interior, 1620-1653
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Egbert Lievens van de Poel, Interior, 1620-1653

Izaak Ouwater, The Nieuwstraat in Hoorn, 1784
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Izaak Ouwater, The Nieuwstraat in Hoorn, 1784

Salomon Rombouts, Winterscene, 1670-1700
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Salomon Rombouts, Winterscene, 1670-1700

Gerrit Pompe, View on Enkhuizen
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Gerrit Pompe, View on Enkhuizen

Floris van Schooten, Kitchenscene, 17th century
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Floris van Schooten, Kitchenscene, 17th century

Jan Linsen, Rebecca and Eliëzer, 1629
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Jan Linsen, Rebecca and Eliëzer, 1629

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