I'm stumped as to what to even solve on this one myself. It's a series of paintings that aren't in Wikipedia that were, apparently, stolen so long ago that the police report is legally able to drink in America. Does anyone have any clue on what to do with this ancient art history lesson?
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|So the clues lie in the names of the paintings. But finding a proper list of the stolen artwork is absurdly difficult. Even the Museum's web site doesn't have a proper list, and the two I can't find are the two in French. So I have no clue if they're correct or not. This is probably a case of the writer of the puzzle having stacks and stacks of art history books with information that isn't available online, much like me referencing a line from a specific translation of a book only printed in 1921 and being shocked that no one else knows it. I'm disappointed.
Posted: Wed Sep 28, 2011 10:10 pm