Pilfered art returned to Paris Review

Pilfered art returned to Paris Review

The case of the Paris Assessment office art heist got here to an in depth when the pilfered paintings used to be back — along side two others the literary quarterly didn’t even realize went lacking.

Page Six said that a uncommon illustration of Nobel-successful creator Günter Grass was once stolen from Paris Assessment HQ all the way through considered one of the magazine’s lively literary parties. Editors arrange a pointers page on Friday and agreed to accept the Tomi Ungerer drawing again anonymously: “No questions requested!”

A source stated that through Monday “the drawing got here again (with two other footage they hadn’t yet learned had been stolen) in a UPS field postmarked Nashville, with a faux quote from Günter Grass.”

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