International appeal into stolen works

STOLEN IN 2021 - PRIMALSUN #1

Primal Sun was taken in Los Angeles on Feb 25th 2021 between the hours of 7:30pm and 11:30am when a Lincoln MKZ was stolen with the painting inside.

The theft was discovered as arrangements were being made for a celebrity charity exhibition.  It occurred near West Kenyon Avenue and 80th Street Avenue.

Anyone with information on the theft is urged to contact Detective Sasaki of the LAPD’s Pacific Division at 310-482-6490, or 34019@lapd.online.

Any information which leads to the recover of this piece of art will be rewarded.   

STOLEN IN 2021 - IMAGINE #3 AKA ELVIS PAINTING

Imagine most commonly referred to as “The Elvis Painting”  was taken in Los Angeles on Feb 25th 2021 between the hours of 7:30pm and 11:30am when a Lincoln MKZ was stolen with the painting inside.

The theft was discovered as arrangements were being made for a celebrity charity exhibition.  It occurred near West Kenyon Avenue and 80th Street Avenue.

Anyone with information on the theft is urged to contact Detective Sasaki of the LAPD’s Pacific Division at 310-482-6490, or 34019@lapd.online.

Any information which leads to the recovery of this piece of art will be rewarded.

 

STOLEN IN 2018 - STEVE MCQUEEN LE MANS’ .

Steve McQueen Le Mans stolen in 2018 from a private house in Dallas, Texas, where it was on loan. 

“The brightly colored McQueen painting in Armstrong’s ‘Cosmic X’ signature style is the only piece dedicated to a Hollywood character and is readily identifiable”, explains Joseph B. Sprung, founder of JBS Financial and CEO of Bear Givers. 

The theft was discovered as arrangements were being made for a high-profile celebrity exhibition and also a permanent loan to the Private Event Gallery at Bear Givers Headquarters in New York. Bear Givers is an international non-profit group that promotes art to children in hospitals or with special needs.

Any information which leads to the recovery of this piece of art will be rewarded.  Please contact Ian Hammer. 1(888) 647.8274 or +1 (347) 674.4246.

International appeal launched into the successful recovery of these paintings.

Star Global International Inc. have launched a worldwide appeal for information that leads to the successful recovery of these valuable paintings. 

Los Angeles Police Department took the lead and now Interpol, the FBI Art Crime Team, London’s Metropolitan Police Art and Antiques Unit, New York Police Department’s special frauds squad and a number of other law enforcement agencies worldwide have been contacted to investigate and increase the chances for the recovery of these works.

Unfortunately, the thieves responsible, will find it extremely difficult to sell these works, without drawing attention, because there are only 100 in total of these unique paintings. Each painting sold is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by Star Global the artist’s DNA  is intrinsically interwoven throughout the fabric of each canvas.

It will be difficult for any buyer to display these works to visitors without it being recognized as stolen, thus defeating much of the point of owning the art. 

We therefore urge any institution, member of the public or private collector/investor to come forward with any information.

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 Please contact Ian Hammer. 1(888) 647.8274 or +1 (347) 674.4246  Any successful information leading to the recovery of these paintings will be rewarded.

Contact Detective Sasaki of the LAPD’s Pacific Division at 310-482-6490, or 34019@lapd.online.