The Stolen Art Database at Stolen 911 is where victims fight back.

Developed by a Police Officer, Stolen 911 has helped in the recovery of thousands of dollars in stolen oil paintings, sculptures and more since 2007.

Post stolen art for free. Add as much detail as possible to increase your chances of a safe return. Edit, update or remove your stolen item’s information as needed. When posted, use Stolen 911’s social media tools to share info to social media community groups.

Art collectors, dealers and those who know about the whereabouts of a stolen art: If you recognize a stolen painting or sculpture, use the tip links embedded in the post to return it to its owner. You may even get a reward.

Before you post a stolen art to Facebook groups, Nextdoor and such, post it to Stolen 911 first! Many of the social media watch groups posts cannot be shared.  On Stolen 911, all the posts can be shared easily.

Reward $500.00

Stolen Erte sculpture

A bronze figurine by Erte, titled “Julietta”. It was produced in 1987 and was stolen from my home sometime in the last day. Stolen Erte […]
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Stolen carved marble vase

White carved marble vase on a small pedestal. Currently in the appraisal process at Feeman’s auction. Approx 16″ tall. Plus 1″ pedestal. Gift from a […]
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Reward $200.00

Artist’s scrapbook

A 1940’s era scrapbook with sketches and art by Arnold Vail, a world-famous artist. Sketches of personal nature, futuristic cars, war scenes and my mother […]
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