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  1. embertine says

    While I have never really been on board with Impressionism, this is an act of desecration that truly saddens me. Why would anyone burn priceless and historically important works of art? Just so sad.

  2. says

    One of my co-workers just pointed out that there is no telling whether or not ALL of the paintings had been destroyed. If some of the paintings had already handed off, they may still exist. There is also a theory (admittedly far fetched) that only one or two paintings were the real target, and the rest were stolen specifically to be destroyed and cover the intended theft.

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