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Imelda Marcos’s former personal secretary charged with theft of valuable Impressionist works

November 22nd, 2012

Monet Water Lily PondThe former personal secretary to Imelda Marcos has been charged with concealing and selling four Impressionist works, including Claude Monet’s 1899 “Water-Lily Pond” in September 2010 for $32 million after hiding it for two decades. Read the article via NY Post

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