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A painting by Post-Impressionist artist Henri Rousseau was stolen from Germany’s Museum Charlotte Zander on October 3rd, according to reports by the dpa. The Museum Charlotte Zander is located in the Schloss Bönningheim, in the same-named town around 40 kilometers north of Stuttgart.

The unnamed work was slipped from its frame during normal opening hours on the national holiday (German Unity Day). It is said to be worth in the realm of €50,000 ($63,500). The painting reportedly depicts a vase holding a large bouquet of flowers and was hanging in a gallery along with other works by Rousseau.

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