The "Scheveningen Beach" in 1882, "The Church of Nuenen with Kirchgängern" from 1884/85 returns on Wednesday, restoration complexes in the Van Gogh Museum are back, as reported by museum director Axel Grief on Tuesday. The images are then "where they belong".
Both works of art were stolen in December 2002. Thieves were with the Scale on the roof of the Van Gogh Museum and climbed, had a panel, a nail, and then a double rope in the showroom. It is true that the authors were quickly accepted, but failed where precious works were.
Research has been going on for years without success. It was only in September 2016 found Italian investigators, Pictures of Drug Seizures in the House, Near Naples, the drug baron of prisoner Raffaele Imperiale was part of.
The image of "Scheveningen Beach" was during the damaged flight, the second image remained almost intact, but had to be based on the age when it was restored. In addition, both images had to be framed again because the original frame since the plane disappeared.