- 7,000-10,000 looted and stolen Iraqi artifacts, 2003
- 12 paintings from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft, 1990
- 2 Renoirs and 1 Rembrandt stolen from Sweden’s National Museum, 2000 (Recovered)
- Munch’s The Scream and The Madonna from the Munch Museum in Oslo, 2004
- Benevenuto Cellini Salt Cellar from Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum, 2003
- Caravaggio’s Nativity with San Lorenzo and San Francesco from Palermo, 1969
- Davidoff-Morini Stradivarius violin from a New York apartment, 1995
- Two Van Gogh paintings from Amsterdam’s Vincent Van Gogh Museum, 2002
- Cezanne’s View of Auvers-sur-Oise from Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum, 1999
- Da Vinci’s Madonna of the Yarnwinder from Scotland’s Drumlanrig Castle, 2003
|Remarks: As a result of analysis the new FBI Art Crime Team has identified the Ten Top Art Crimes. We ask your help in bringing these masterworks to light by contributing any information on the circumstances of the crime or the whereabouts of the stolen works of art. In this way we ask your help in bringing the thieves to justice.
If you have any information concerning these works of art or circumstances of these crimes, please contact your local field office, nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate, or submit a tip online.
Resources: National Press Release | Art Theft Program website