09 Jan '12, 3pm

Picasso, Mondrian paintings stolen from Greek gallery

Picasso, Mondrian paintings stolen from Greek gallery

A worker of National Art Gallery exits the building in Athens, on Monday, Jan 9, 2011. Greek police say thieves have broken into the country's biggest art museum and stolen two paintings, one by art master Pablo Picasso and another by famous Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. -- PHOTO: AP ATHENS (REUTERS) - Two paintings, one by art master Pablo Picasso and another by famous Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, were stolen from Greece's National Gallery on Monday, police sources said. The robbers broke into the gallery in the early hours and snatched the 1939 Picasso work Woman's Head, a police official said without disclosing the other artwork's title. The Culture Ministry and police confirmed that two paintings had been stolen but would not officially reveal the names of the artists. 'After the alarm went off the guard discovered that the two paintings were missing. Another was lying ...

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