Stolen Works of Art

“Illegal traffic in works of art is threatening many countries’ cultural wealth. Along with other organisations, Interpol is fighting against this peculiar

“Illegal traffic in works of art is threatening many countries’ cultural wealth. Along with other organisations, Interpol is fighting against this peculiar type of crime by spreading information regarding stolen works of art. Interpol had made its priority to make a wider public aware of the problem. With the Interpol ‘Stolen Works of Art,’ you will be able to check an object being sold before acquiring it. It actually contains information regarding more than 14,000 artworks gathered by the 177 Interpol state members. The CD-ROM ‘Stolen Works of Art’ contains a wide range of art categories, from embroidery to painting, and from carafes to manuscripts.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE