FBI to Internet: "Hey, Do Any of These Priceless Stolen Paintings Look Familiar To You Guys?"

When patron of the arts William Kingsland died in 2006, he left a big stack of paintings behind. Guess what, some of them were stolen back in the 60s, Animal New York tells us. Now the FBI is—wait for it—crowdsourcing its investigation of the paintings' origins. They put photos of the paintings on their website. After the jump: do you recognize any of these paintings? Plz halp! Luv, FBI.

Quoth the FBI,

"But because of the overwhelming size of the collection and the complex and time-consuming nature of provenance investigations, we decided the best and most expeditious course of action was to publicize the art work to the general public... If you have information on the provenance, acquisition, or ownership of any work of art from the Kingsland collection shown here—or if you want to make a claim—please contact Agent Wynne at (718) 286-7302 or by e-mail at James.Wynne@ic.fbi.gov."

Henry Aiken
FBI to Internet: "Hey, Do Any of These Priceless Stolen Paintings Look Familiar To You Guys?"


This one's a Picasso!
FBI to Internet: "Hey, Do Any of These Priceless Stolen Paintings Look Familiar To You Guys?"

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