Made to be stolen!

Updated On Oct 16, 2012 08:49 PM IST
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This photo released by the police in Rotterdam, Netherlands, shows the 2002 painting 'Woman with Eyes Closed' by Lucian Freud. Dutch police say seven paintings stolen from the Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam include one by Pablo Picasso, one by Henri Matisse, and two by Claude Monet. The heist, one of the largest in years in the Netherlands, occurred while the private Triton Foundation collection was being exhibited publicly as a group for the first time. (AP Photo/Police Rotterdam) View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Oct 16, 2012 08:49 PM IST

This photo released by the police in Rotterdam, Netherlands, shows the 2002 painting 'Woman with Eyes Closed' by Lucian Freud. Dutch police say seven paintings stolen from the Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam include one by Pablo Picasso, one by Henri Matisse, and two by Claude Monet. The heist, one of the largest in years in the Netherlands, occurred while the private Triton Foundation collection was being exhibited publicly as a group for the first time. (AP Photo/Police Rotterdam)

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This photo released by the police in Rotterdam, Netherlands, shows the 1890 painting 'Self-Portrait' by Meyer de Haan. (AP Photo/Police Rotterdam) View Photos in a new improved layout
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This photo released by the police in Rotterdam, Netherlands, shows the 1890 painting 'Self-Portrait' by Meyer de Haan. (AP Photo/Police Rotterdam)

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This photo released by the police in Rotterdam, Netherlands, shows the 1971 painting 'Harlequin Head' by Pablo Picasso. (AP Photo/Police Rotterdam) View Photos in a new improved layout
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This photo released by the police in Rotterdam, Netherlands, shows the 1971 painting 'Harlequin Head' by Pablo Picasso. (AP Photo/Police Rotterdam)

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Dutch police handout shows the painting "Femme devant une fenetre ouverte, dite La Fiancee" by Paul Gauguin stolen during a break-in at Rotterdam's Kunsthal museum. AFP PHOTO View Photos in a new improved layout
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Dutch police handout shows the painting "Femme devant une fenetre ouverte, dite La Fiancee" by Paul Gauguin stolen during a break-in at Rotterdam's Kunsthal museum. AFP PHOTO

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Dutch police handout shows the painting "La Liseuse en Blanc et Jaune" by Henri Matisse stolen during a break-in at Rotterdam's Kunsthal museum. AFP PHOTO View Photos in a new improved layout
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Dutch police handout shows the painting "La Liseuse en Blanc et Jaune" by Henri Matisse stolen during a break-in at Rotterdam's Kunsthal museum. AFP PHOTO

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This photo released by the police in Rotterdam, Netherlands, shows the 1901 painting 'Charing Cross Bridge, London' by Claude Monet. AP Photo View Photos in a new improved layout
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This photo released by the police in Rotterdam, Netherlands, shows the 1901 painting 'Charing Cross Bridge, London' by Claude Monet. AP Photo

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A man pauses to look at the empty space where Henri Matisse' painting "La Liseuse en Blanc et Jaune" was hanging, right, next to a painting by Maurice Denis, left, at Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Seven paintings by artists including Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet were stolen from a museum in Rotterdam in an early-hours heist, Dutch police said. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong) View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Oct 16, 2012 08:49 PM IST

A man pauses to look at the empty space where Henri Matisse' painting "La Liseuse en Blanc et Jaune" was hanging, right, next to a painting by Maurice Denis, left, at Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Seven paintings by artists including Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet were stolen from a museum in Rotterdam in an early-hours heist, Dutch police said. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

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