Artwork was founded by Romanian author Mira Feticu, who claimed he had received anonymous anonymity more than a week ago by someone who quoted in the village of Dobruja and left the picture after leaving Wooden and plastic wrappers, as he explained to the Bucharest Prosecutor's Office.
The original painting by Pablo Picasso was among the seven stolen activities of the Kunsthal Museum in Rotterdam, among which were also "The girl reading in white and yellow" by Henri Matisse or "Self Portrait" by Meijer De Haan, as well as work by Claude Monet, Gauguin, Meijer De Haan and Lucian Freud.
However, Triton's former curator, who was part of Picasso's work, was very suspicious about the authenticity of the Roman-based painting.
"I know that the work of Picasso is very good, I've probably had it in front of it more often than thieves, and when I look at the images of the picture I have serious doubts about validity, "he told the NOS in the UK.
The "curator" did not recognize the photos very well and the work may have been destroyed slightly by the moisture, "but stressed that" even so there are too many dispositions, scripts, colors , the details are not correct ".
"If I rely on what I see, I think it's a fake, it's really good, of course," it came to the conclusion on this painting, which has a rough value of 800,000 euros, if it's original.
In 2013, the Romanian authorities kept a number of offenders in Romania, among a number of people involved in the robbery and who were looking for buyers for the paintings.
However, the paintings never appear and Roman Police probably take advantage of the appearance of this work by Picasso to locate the informant and try to find out the other drawings.
Feticu, who has an official residence in the Netherlands, wrote a novel based on this robbery, translated into Romania and received much media coverage in his original country and opening the debate on art work stolen.
According to a number of media, one of the Roman thieves gave them the job to keep them to their mother, and told the test that they had been burned after a police search at home, to protect his son