April 15, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card B4 with facts to the art robbery of Rembrandt: Girl at a Window (1645)

playing card B4: Rembrandt: Girl at a window (1645)

Rembrandt's painting “Girl Leaning at a window” was created in 1645. It measures 81.8 x 66.2 cm and was stolen from the Dulwich Picture Gallery in 1966.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card E1 with facts to the art robbery of Van Eyck: The Just Judges (Ghent Altarpiece, 1427)

play card E1: Van Eyck: The Just Judges (Ghent Altarpiece, 1427)

Van Eyck's painting “The Just Judges” was completed around 1427. It measures 145 x 51 cm and was stolen in 1934 in the Saint Bavo Cathedral in Ghent.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card G4 with facts to the art robbery of Èdouard Manet: Chez Tortoni (1880)

playing card G4: Èdouard Manet: Chez Tortoni (1880)

Èdouard Manet's painting “Chez Tortoni” was created in 1880. It measures 26 x 33.7 cm and was stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston in 1990.
April 13, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card A2 with facts to the art robbery of Da Vinci: Madonna of a yarnwinder (1510)

playing card A2: Da Vinci: Madonna of the Yarnwinder

Leonardo da Vinci's painting “Madonna of the Yarnwinder” was created between 1499 and 1510. It measures 50.2 x 36.4 cm and was stolen from Drumlanrig Castle in Scotland in 2003.
April 15, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card D4 with facts to the art robbery of Goya: Duke of Wellington (1814)

playing card D4: Goya: Portrait of the Duke of Wellington (1814)

Goya's painting “Portrait of the Duke of Wellington” was completed in 1814. It measures 52.4 x 64.3 cm and was stolen from the National Gallery in London in 1961.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card F4 with facts to the art robbery of Edgar Degas: Portrait of Count Lepic and his daughters (1870)

playing card F4: Edgar Degas: Portrait of Count Lepic and his daughters (1870)

Edgar Dega's painting “Portrait of Count Lepic and his daughters” was created in 1870. It measures 81 x 65 cm and was stolen from the Zurich E. G.Bührle Foundation in 2008.
April 15, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card F3 with facts to the art robbery of Camille Corot: Le Chemin de Sèvres (1865)

playing card F3: Camille Corot: Le Chemin de Sèvres (1865)

Camille Corot's painting “Le Chemin de Sèvres. View of Paris ”was created in 1865. It measures 49 x 34 cm and was stolen from the Louvre in Paris in 1998.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card F2 with facts to the art robbery of J. M. W. Turner: Shadow and Darkness (1843)

playing card F2: J. M. W. Turner: Shade and Darkness – the Evening of the Deluge (1843)

J. M. W. Turner's painting “Shade and Darkness - the Evening of the Deluge” was created in 1843. It measures 78.7 x 78.1 cm and was stolen in 1994 at the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card E3 with facts to the art robbery of Carl Spitzweg: The Poor Poet (1839)

playing card E3: Carl Spitzweg: The Poor Poet (1839)

Carl Spitzweg's painting “The Poor Poet” was created in 1839. It measures 36.3 x 44.7 cm and was stolen in 1989 at Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card A4 with facts to the art robbery of Velázquez: La mulata (1618)

playing card A4: Velázquez: La mulata (1618)

Diego Velázquez's painting “La mulata (The Kitchen Maid)” was created in 1618. It measures 55 x 118 cm and was stolen in 1974 in Russborough House, Ireland.
April 13, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card H4 with facts to the art robbery of Van Gogh: Der Gärtner (Young peasant, 1889)

playing card: Van Gogh: The Gardener (Young peasant, 1889)

Van Gogh's painting “The Gardener (Young Peasant)” was created in 1889. It measures 61 x 50 cm and was stolen from the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte in Rome in 1998.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card F1 with facts to the art robbery of Gainsborough: Portrait Lady Cavendish (1787)

playing card F1: Gainsborough: Portrait Lady Cavendish (1787)

Thomas Gainsborough's painting “Portrait of Lady Georgiana Cavendish” was created in 1787. It measures 127 x 101.5 cm and was stolen from the Agnew`s Gallery in London in 1876.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card C1 with facts to the art robbery of Govaert Flinck: Landscape with Obelisk (1638)

playing card C1: Govaert Flinck: Landscape with an Obelisk (1638)

Govaert Flinck's painting “Landscape with an Obelisk” was created in 1638. It measures 71 x 54.5 cm and was stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Gallery Museum in Boston in 1990.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card E2 with facts to the art robbery of Caspar David Friedrich: Nebelschwaden (1820)

playing card E2: Caspar David Friedrich: Nebelschwaden (1820)

Caspar David Friedrich's painting “Nebelschwaden” was completed in 1820. It measures 42.5 cm x 32.5 cm and was stolen in 1994 at the Frankfurter Kunsthalle Schirn.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card H2 with facts to the art robbery of Van Gogh: Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen (1884)

playing card H2: Van Gogh: Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen (1884)

Van Gogh's painting “Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen” was created in 1884. It measures 41.3 x 32.1 cm and was stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in 2002.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card B1 with facts to the art robbery of Rembrandt: Self Portrait (1630)

playing card B1: Rembrandt: Self Portrait (1630)

Rembrandt's painting “Self Portrait” was created in 1630. It measures 15 x 12.2 cm and was stolen from the National Museum in Stockholm in 2000.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card D1 with facts to the art robbery of Jan Vermeer: The Concert (1664)

playing card D1: Jan Vermeer: The Concert (1664)

Jan Vermeer's painting “The Concert” was created in 1664. It measures 72.5 x 64.7 cm and was stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston in 1990.
April 13, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card C2 with facts to the art robbery of Paul Rubens: The Three Graces (1635)

playing card C2: Paul Rubens: The Three Graces (1635)

Peter Paul Rubens oil painting “The Three Graces” was created in 1635. It measures 182 x 220.5 cm and was stolen from the London Dulwich Picture Gallery in 1966.
April 13, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card H1 with facts to the art robbery of Van Gogh: Beach of Scheveningen in Stormy Weather (1882)

playing card H1: Van Gogh: Beach at Scheveningen in Stormy Weather

Van Gogh's painting “Beach at Scheveningen in Stormy Weather” was created in 1882. It measures 34.5 x 51 cm and was stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in 2002.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card H3 with facts to the art robbery of Van Gogh: Poppy Flowers (1887)

playing card H3: Van Gogh: Poppy Flowers (1887)

Van Gogh's painting “Poppy flowers” was painted in 1887. It measures 65 x 54 cm and was stolen from the Mohamed M. Khalil Museum in Cairo in 2010.
April 13, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card G2 with facts to the art robbery of Paul Cézanne: The boy in the red vest (1890)

playing card G2: Paul Cézanne: The boy in the red vest (1890)

Paul Cézanne's painting “The Boy in the Red Vest” was created in 1890. It measures 80 x 64.5 cm and was stolen from the Bührle Collection in Zurich in 2008.
April 15, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card E4 with facts to the art robbery of Carl Spitzweg: The Love Letter (1846)

playing card E4: Carl Spitzweg: The Love Letter (1846)

Carl Spitzweg's painting “The Love Letter” was created in 1846. It measures 24 x 21 cm and was stolen in 1989 at Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin.
April 13, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card D3 with facts to the art robbery of Goya: Portrait of Dona Antonia Zaraté (1806)

playing card D3: Goya: Portrait of Doña Antonia Zárate (1806)

Goya's painting “Portrait of Doña Antonia Zárate” was created in 1806. It measures 103.5 x 82 cm and was stolen in 1986 in Russborough House, Ireland.
April 14, 2020
cardgame famous art robberies: playing card A1 with facts to the art robbery of Da Vinci: Mona Lisa (La Gioconda) (1506)

playing card A1: Da Vinci: Mona Lisa (La Gioconda) 1506

The Mona Lisa (La Gioconda) is probably the most famous work of art in the world. The oil painting by Leonardo da Vinci has the dimensions 77cm x 53cm and was stolen from the Louvre in Paris in 1911.