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The Marquise' Missing Titian - £ 100,000 reward.


RECOVERED
Aug. 22, 2002

WILTSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM - January 6, 1995 Longleat House was robbed of three European paintings. The stately home of the Marquis of Bath's was but one of several "Great House" hits that hit England in the mid 1990's.  The losses included:

  1. Cleve (circle of) Dutch, 1500's; Portrait of Elanor of Austria

  2. Veronese, Italian 1487-1553; Personification of Justice

  3. Recovered Titian,  Italian, 1495-1576; Rest on the Flight to Egypt


The most valuable painting taken was "Rest on the Flight to Egypt" by the Italian master Titian.  A £100,000 UK reward had been offered for the safe return of the art.  For a story about this recovery see the BBC

As to the remaining missing paintings, they are still considered to be stolen property.  If you have any information about this case please contact the appropriate officials.

INVESTIGATIVE  LINKS:

San Francisco Chronicle article.

Longleat House


Metropolitan Police


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