Early Grohars Stolen form His House

┼Żelezniki, 28 September - Six early paintings by Ivan Grohar (1867-1911), a leading representative of Slovenian Impressionism, have vanished from the museum in the house where he was born, according to a report from the Kranj police department.

Ljubljana.
A portrait of painter Ivan Grohar (1867-1911) from the catalogue of the National Gallery.
Photo: Dasa Mavric/STA

Ljubljana
"Larch" (1904), oil on canvass, by Ivan Grohar from the catalogue of the National Gallery.
Photo: Dasa Mavric/STA

Ljubljana
"Spring" (1903), oil on canvass, by Ivan Grohar from the catalogue of the National Gallery.
Photo: Dasa Mavric/STA

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