Art detective discovers stolen Picasso painting estimated around $28 million
AMSTERDAM — A Dutch art detective says he’s uncovered a stolen Pablo Picasso painting.
According to the Associated Press, the painting was stolen 20 years ago from a wealthy Saudi’s yacht in France.
The 1938 painting is called “Buste de Femme” and art detective Arthur Brand said he knew it was a real Picasso when he first discovered it.
Brand has handed the painting over to an insurance company and estimates its worth around $28 million.
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