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Art Theft

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The painting is real.

C32D3A99 05BA 41B3 A76E D19E123B5B08Soldier on horseback by Anthony Van Dyck c1616

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A work by 17th century master Anthony Van Dyck is among three "very high value" paintings stolen from a University of Oxford art gallery. 

A Soldier On Horseback by the Flemish artist, a leading court painter in England under King Charles I, dates from around 1616.

Two other works were stolen from Christ Church Picture Gallery, St Aldates, at about 23:00 GMT on Saturday.

Read more on The BBC:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-51897201

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