Stolen Art Bibliography

Stolen Art Selected Bibliography and Links
 

Books and Films:

 
Alford, K.D. (2000). Nazi Plunder: Great treasure stories of World War II. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo.
 
Boser, U. (2009). The Gardner Heist: The true story of the world’s largest unsolved art theft. New York, NY: HarperCollins.
 
Cohen, B. (Executive Producer), & Berge, R., Newnham, N. and Bonni Cohen (Directors). (2008). The Rape of Europa: Disc I [Documentary]. United States: Agon Arts & Entertainment.  
 
Dolnick, E. (2005). The rescue artist. New York, NY: Harper Perennial.
 
Edsel, R. M. (2006). Rescuing Da Vinci: Hitler and the Nazis stole Europe’s great art: America and her allies recovered it. Dallas, TX: Laurel.
 
Edsel, R.M. (Producer), & Edsel, R.M. (Director). (2008). The rape of Europa: Discs 2&3 [Documentary]. United States: Agon Arts & Entertainment.  
 
Houpt, S. (2006). Museum of the missing: A history of art theft. New York, NY: Sterling.
 
Ludwig, S. (Producer), & Dreyfus, R. (Director). (2004) . Stolen [Documentary]. United States: Warner-Elektra-Atlantic.
 
McLeave, H. (1981). Rogues in the Gallery: The modern plague of art thefts. Boston, MA: David R. Godine.
 
Webb, J. (2008). Stolen: The gallery of missing masterpieces.  Toronto: CA: Black Walnut.
 

Links:

 
Top 7 Most Expensive Stolen Artworks http://www.amassart.com/articles/9
 
Missing Masterpieces: http://arts.guardian.co.uk/arttheft/page/0,13883,1034155,00.html
 
Stolen Vermeer Blog: http://stolenvermeer.blogspot.com/
 
Where You Going with that Monet? http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/17/weekinreview/17kennedy.html_r=2
 
Legacy of Plunder: Goring Stolen Art http://www.goeringart.com/rsrc/press/200901_artnews.pdf
 
Stolen Art will be Hard to Sell (Buehrle heist) http://www.nysun.com/arts/stolen-art-will-be-hard-to-sell/71154/
 
Looted Art: Central Registry of Info on Art Looted during WWII http://www.lootedart.com/
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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