Business Insider reports that bond investor and art collector Jeffrey Gundlach has held a press conference and is offering various rewards for the return of his stolen works. The offer proves Gundlach’s acumen. The thieves won’t get a better deal than this even though the Mondrian was purchased at Sotheby’s in 2002 for $5.28m, it will be hard to get anything like that for a stolen work:
- he’s still offering a $200,000 no questions asked reward for information leading to the recovery of his stolen items.
- In addition, Gundlach said he’s offering $1 million reward for the undamaged return of his Piet Mondrian.
- He said he’s also offering $500,000 for the return of his Jasper Johns painting.
Jeff Gundlach Press Conference (Business Insider)