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Discussion in 'In the News...' started by brian, Aug 22, 2004.
I have no words, that is terrible news. I hope they find it and that it's not damaged. munch is one of my very favourite artists... as a student of art history, it would be a tragedy if it was lost forever. thanks for posting, brian.
Oh my god.... how could that happen?
THIS IS AWFUL!! I really hope they find them soon...
i think it's horrible! the scream has always been one of my favorite paintings i seriously hope they're going to find the ones who did it and punish them very, very hard
Well, apparently they found the broken frames of the paintings shortly after...and witnesses said the thieves dropped the paintings several times on the ground while trying to hurry out with them...
ugh how horrible. i hope they get it back asap and in the best condition possible
I did my art presentation on Munch...
::cringing:: how could they?? even an art thief would know better than that. there will always be prints but never another edvard munch.
Wasn't it stolen once before? I seem to remember something about that from a book when I was little...
OMG, that's terrible......
well.....im sure it will be found at some point
its not like anyone can sell it on Ebay and get away with it.
another version of it has been stolen a few years ago - munch painted serveral versions of this theme.
I am curious wheter this will be a case of art-napping, since the painting is soo known that it is virtually not possible to sell it. though the thieves make quite an unprofessional impression...
OH MY GOD
that is extremely upsetting and infuriating.
i hope these thieves pay, big time
Thats so terrible. Especially the dropping and broken frames. Come on art thieves! You won't get as much money if its damaged!
I hope they catch these goons.
that's so awful-it's one of my favourite paintings. I did my whole GCSE study on it when I was 16. I loved it as soon as I saw it. I hope they find it.
Terrible news...... Hope they catch the thieves !!
I'm quite sure that many collectors would buy it on the black market.