Marc Chagall’s “Nu au Bouquet.”
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Italy's cultural police, who have taken a leading role in the fight against antiquities smuggling, put on show a trove of recovered stolen art in Rome from Etruscan funerary urns to Renaissance paintings.Dozens of works are being displayed in the presidential palace in the Italian capital in a special exhibition also intended to show off a police force that is called in to consult on art thefts around the world.Italy was the first country to equip itself with a special department to investigate art thefts in 1969 and its headquarters is in a Baroque palace in the centre of Rome that crowds of tourists pass every day.
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