Martin Ries
Painter, Printmaker, Art Historian, Art Critic

These are Stolen Paintings, Have you seen them?


Sacred Landscape, 1954, by Martin Ries

Stolen Art : Sacred Landscape, 1954, 11'' x 24'' , Egg tempera on board.
Stolen from : Westchester Town House, Yonkers, New York, 1963.


God Is Innocent, by Martin Ries

Stolen Art : God Is Innocent,
1972, 26'' x 20'' , Screen Print.
 

Stolen from : Long Island University ,
New York, NY , 1976.

 

Holy Man with Painting, by Martin Ries

Stolen Art : Holy Man with Painting,
1952, 8'' x 12'' , egg tempera and acrylic on masonite.

Stolen from : Hudson River Museum,
Yonkers, NY , 1956.


Halberd II, by Martin Ries

Stolen Art : Halberd II,
1964, 48'' x 2-1/2'' , acrylic, 
collage/masonite.

 

Stolen from :  
Jewish Community Center,
Scarsdale, NY , 1970.

 

 

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Endless In The Confines, by Martin Ries

Stolen Art : Endless In The Confines,
1970, 16'' x 10'' , acrylic, silk screen, gold mylar, and collage on board. Signed and dated on back.
 

Stolen from:Broome Street Gallery,
New York, NY , 1995.

Recovered: Greensboro, NC.
Aug. 2016

 


REWARD for a safe return.

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