Painting Worth €1.2m Stolen From A Yacht Turns Up At Former Juventus Star Roberto Bettega’s House

Chris Wright

19th, April 2013


By Chris Wright

A painting by preeminent Russian-Jewish artist Marc Chagall that was stolen from an American yacht anchored in  an Italian port over a decade ago has resurfaced hanging on the walls of former Juventus striker Roberto Bettega’s house in Turin after being tracked down by Italy’s art-theft police squadron.

The painting, called “Le Nu au Bouquet” was painted by Chagall in 1920 and is conservatively estimated to be worth around €1.2 million…

Italian authorities have been quick to absolve Bettega, who bought the painting in good faith from a gallery in Bologna back in 2003.

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  1. marajonna says:

    Sorry to come off as a troglodyte but 1.2m euro for that? You could get samba to be your butler for 3 months with that kind of money.

  2. Peters says:

    I’ve crapped better artwork than that

  3. gilbert says:

    Should have stopped painting after the flowers in vase were finished.

  4. Wesley says:

    I never fully understoord how the minds work of people who pay more than a thousand bucks for anything that is considered art. I can print a desktop background made by a 12 yr old photoshop exploring kid that looks exactly alike and costs me a few bucks in the copyshop…

  5. jack says:

    same old juve always cheating

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