Three stolen paintings returned to Kelvingrove gallery





Three stolen works of art have been recovered more than 15 years after they were taken from museums in Glasgow.

The three paintings were retrieved as part of an continuing investigation with Strathclyde Police and Lothian and Borders Police.

One is by the Scots colourist, Samuel Peploe, another by French artist Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, and a third by Italian painter, Federico Barocci.

The paintings, worth £200,000, are now back in Glasgow museums.

The case surrounding the missing artworks dates back to 1996....




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