A Dutch man billed as the 'Indiana Jones of the art world' has helped police track down a stolen Van Gogh painting.
The painting, 'The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen', dates back to 1884 and was stolen from an Amsterdam museum in March of 2020. The thief was caught a year later, but the painting was never found.
But Arthur Brand - who has garnered a worldwide reputation for finding lost works of art - says he got a tip from "a source in the criminal world" and managed to track down the painting, which was stuffed in a blue IKEA bag.
The painting is valued at more than $6 million. Brand called its recovery "one of the greatest moments of my life".