Three Paintings Of The XIX Century And A Dirk Disappeared From Museum In Saint-Petersburg

Three paintings of the XIX century and a dirk are stolen from the Naval bulk of the Peter the Great museum in Saint-Petersburg. This is reported by the chief operative duty officer of Vasileostrovskiy District Department of Inner Affairs Dmitriy Frolov. The trophies of the unknown thieves became painting of famous marinist Alexey Bogolyubov “Sevastopol”, canvas of painter Krugovihin “Revel” (1842), “Kronschdadt” (1844) and the dirk. The paintings were stolen without frames. The robbery was noticed about 18:00 Moscow time. At present, according to RIA “Novosti”, experts of military prosecutions department are working at the scene of crime.

Published in: on May 30, 2002 at 5:36 am  Leave a Comment  
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