A journalist looks at Francis Bacon's paintings "Three Studies of Lucian Freud - 1969" during the opening of the exhibition 'Caravaggio and Bacon' at the Borghese museum in Rome on September 30, 2009. AFP PHOTO / VINCENZO PINTO
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Spanish police have recovered three of five paintings by British artist Francis Bacon that were stolen from a Madrid apartment in 2015, they said Thursday.The five paintings are estimated to be worth more than 25 million euros ($29 million).Police did not provide details on the stolen paintings but daily newspaper El Pais said they depicted the owner of the artworks, Bacon's friend.Police recovered one painting several months ago and the other two just a few days ago, according to the newspaper.
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