Thomas Marks discusses the impact of the theft at the Museo di Castelvecchio, Verona on 19 November 2015 in Apollo Magazine, saying it ‘is hard to overstate the gravity of this theft for both the museum – one of the finest civic collections in northern Italy’ and for Italian museums in general.

Castelvecchio, Verona

Pisanello, The Madonna of the Quail, ca. 1420, stolen 19 November 2015

Gian Francesco Caroto, Portrait of a Young Boy Holding a Child’s Drawing, 1520, stolen 19 November 2015

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