Art that has been stolen, lost or destroyed.
The Ecce Homo (Behold the Man) in the Sanctuary of Mercy church in Borja, Spain, is a fresco painted circa 1930 by the Spanish painter Elías García Martínez depicting Jesus crowned with thorns. Both the subject and style are typical of traditional Catholic art. While press accounts agree that the original painting was of little artistic importance, its fame derives from an attempt to restore the fresco by an untrained amateur in 2012.
Camille Pissarro, The Boulevard Montmartre, Twilight, 1897. Pissarro made many variations of this piece for different times of the day, afternoon, night etc. The twilight collection was marveled at by the Nazis who eventually stole the painting. It was later sold to a Swiss art dealer in 1941, which was the last time the painting was confirmed being seen.