August 22 is a bad day for artwork: on this day in 1911, it was discovered that the Mona Lisa was stolen, and on this day in 2004, two Edvard Munch paintings were stolen at gunpoint from a museum in Oslo. So, it makes sense to me that today's Q10 should be about famous works of art that were snatched out from under the collective noses of museums.
1. The Mona Lisa, 1911. After movies with incredibly complicated plots to steal art, like The Thomas Crown Affair and Oceans 12, it seems almost... READ ON