The National Stolen Art File (NSAF) is a database of stolen art and cultural property. Stolen objects are submitted for entry to the NSAF by law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad. When an object is recovered, it is removed from the database. However, be aware that not all recoveries are reported to the NSAF. If you have information on a work of art in the NSAF, please use the FBI.gov tip line to report it.

National Stolen Art File

A listing of the paintings, statuary, and other forms of fine art in the FBI's database of stolen artwork and culturally-significant property.
  • Citrine Hippo Clock

    REFERENCE #00361

    Incident Type: stolen Crime Category: clock---timepiece Maker: Andreas von Zadora Gerlof Materials: citrine, rock crystal, diamonds, gold Measurements: 9" height

  • Interior with Figures Smoking and Drinking

    drinking smoking interior REFERENCE # 00103

    Incident Type: stolen Crime Category: paintings Maker: Jean Baptist Lambrechts Period: 17th-18th century Materials: oil on canvas Measurements: 57 cm x 49.5 cm

  • Kingfisher Necklace and Bracelet

    REFERENCE #00361

    Incident Type: stolen Crime Category: other-jewellery Maker: Andreas von Zadora Gerlof Materials: green and red tourmaline, yellow and pink diamonds, gold Measurements: Necklace diameter 6"; Bracelet diameter 2.5"

  • Wildflower Necklace and Bracelet

    REFERENCE #00361

    Incident Type: stolen Crime Category: other-jewellery Maker: Andreas von Zadora Gerlof Materials: watermelon, blue and green tourmaline, citrine, pink and carnary diamonds, gold Measurements: necklace diamter 7"; bracelet diameter 3"

  • Elephant Stampede

    Edition marked 7/300 REFERENCE #00500

    Incident Type: stolen Crime Category: print Maker: Leroy Neiman Period: 1976 Materials: serigraph on canvas Measurements: 31" x 41"

  • The Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine in Rome

    REFERENCE # 00799

    Incident Type: stolen Crime Category: paintings Maker: Victor-Jean Nicolle Period: 18th-19th c. Materials: black and brown ink and tempera on paper. Measurements: 1.75" x 2.69"

  • Censer

    Cz.C2/V/2.4/B.006/033 REFERENCE #00475

    Incident Type: stolen Crime Category: incense-burner Maker: Spanish Colonial Period: 19th century Materials: silver Measurements: 21 cm x 11 cm

  • Owls Sculpture

    REFERENCE #00361

    Incident Type: stolen Crime Category: sculpture Maker: Andreas von Zadora Gerlof Materials: labradorite, cabochon citrine, gold Measurements: 6" x 10"