On occasion, one of our Insurance Company clients or the theft victim themselves, will issue an Art Recovery International Theft Alert which is distributed to almost ever sector of the art world. These Theft Alerts can contain a law-enforcement approved REWARD for information leading to the recovery of an important object. The rewards are payable under strict conditions as allowable by law in the particular jurisdiction where the information is provided. Contact us CONFIDENTIALLY if you have information regarding a stolen or looted work of art or if you are interested in utilising our Theft Alert service.
Art Recovery International is searching for Tamara De Lempicka's Myrto. If you have seen, been offered or have any information as to its whereabouts, please contact us.
During World War II, Nazi occupation forces stole the painting from the private collection of Dr. Pierre Boucard in France; to date,it has never resurfaced.
Art Recovery International (ARI) requests assistance from the public to help recover this 1966 Jaguar E-Type. On 25 November 2017, this iconic classic was removed from a nearby storage facility and parked outside the home of the theft victim on Camberwell Grove, London SE5 8RF in preparation for a drive in the country the following day. The car was covered overnight and discovered missing on the morning of 26 November 2017.
Art Recovery International is searching for Norman Rockwell's A study for Willie Gillis in College, 1946. If you have seen, been offered or have any information as to its whereabouts, please contact us.
Art Recovery International (ARI) requests assistance from the public to help recover this stolen 1964 Aston Martin DB5.
In June of 1997, this legendary classic disappeared from a hangar at the Boca Raton (Florida) Airport, and has never resurfaced.
Art Recovery International is searching for Norman Rockwell's Boy Holding Screaming Baby (Big Brother's Dilemma), 1921and Waiting for the Art Editor, c. 1970.
Art Recovery International is searching for four missing paintings by Renoir, Pissarro and Ury. If you have seen, been offered or have any information as to their whereabouts, please contact us.
STOLEN EDGAR DEGAS
Art Recovery International is currently undertaking an investigation into the location and recovery of a painting by Edgar Degas that was looted by the Nazis in France in 1940. Research has concentrated on the owner of a gallery in Hamburg, where the trail has gone cold.
Since 2016, Art Recovery International (ARI) has been undertaking research into the circumstances of the initial looting of ‘Portrait of Gabrielle Diot’, a pastel created by Edgar Degas in 1890, and its ownership history since 1940.
The artwork was purchased by Paul Rosenberg, the renowned art dealer and patron to Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso, in 1933. The Degas hung above Mr Rosenberg’s desk at Galerie Paul Rosenberg, 21 Rue de La Boetie in Paris, until 1940, after which it was confiscated by agents of the Nazis under orders of German Ambassador to France, Heinrich Otto Abetz, along with numerous other works.