Russian painting stolen from Moscow gallery during exhibition

Russian painting stolen from Moscow gallery during exhibitionA 20th century landscape painting by a Russian artist was stolen from a Moscow art gallery in a brazen act of theft during an exhibition, police said on Sunday. Crimea”, was painted in 1908 by Arkhip Kuindzhi, a Russian artist of Greek origin, and depicts a mountain in the Crimea peninsula. Russian news agencies said the painting was stolen from the Tretyakov gallery, one of Russia’s leading art galleries, which has been targeted by criminals several times in recent years.



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