Robbers Steal ‘Woman’s Head’ From Greek Museum

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Pablo Picasso's "Woman's Head" (1939).

OK, so that headline is a tad misleading, but you’re the one who clicked on it, buddy. So there.

Two robbers broke into Greece’s National Gallery early Monday morning and stole Picasso’s 1939 painting Woman’s Head as well as a work by Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. The specific Mondrian work that was stolen was not revealed by police sources, according to Reuters, but the National Gallery only has two Mondrian paintings–Mill and Landscape–and one drawing, Study of Flower.

After the alarm went off in the museum, a guard saw two paintings missing and a third on the floor. Police are still investigating to see if any other artwork was taken.