The work "Minotaur, Drinker and Women" (1933), stolen on June the 12th from the Pinacoteca of S. Paulo was found last Friday by the authorities. The engraving was found abandoned at the side of a road in the west side of S. Paulo.
The works "Mulheres na Janela"(1926) by Di Cavalcanti and "O Casal" by Lasar Segall have been previously recovered as was the engraving " The Artist and his Model" by Picasso.
The news about the robery that took place on June the 12th can be read here.
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This time there was some delay, but here's the original watercolour postcard to be draw between the readers of The Art Inquirer.
The draw will take place by August the 10th.
To know more about how you can win this free painting, click here.
Posted by Jose Carrilho at 12:11 AM