Stolen Paintings (2-8 players) is a new party game from designer Bruno Faidutti (Citadels, Incan Gold and many others) that will test your concentration, memory and nerve. The game includes 200 works of art from some of the world’s most famous artists and displays them on oversized cards.
In Stolen Paintings, players take turns playing as a thief attempting to steal and auction off paintings from a museum display. The other players are detectives who attempt to spot the paintings stolen before they are auctioned. The thief earns points for each painting they sneak by the detectives, and the detectives earn points for paintings they correctly identify as stolen. Whoever earns the most points as both a thief and as a detective wins.
In addition to the basic game, the rulebook contains rules and suggestions for the play of ten or more additional games and variants.
The game features works of art from famous artists like Renoir, Monet, Degas and Gauguin; and lesser-known artists like August Macke, da Forli, Wilibrand Mahler and Utagawa Hiroshige. We included Impressionists, Expressionists, Cubists, landscapes, still lifes and lots of portraits as well!
These cards are very versatile and allow for use in schools, trivia games, chronology games, and adaptation to some modern classics as well. The cards themselves contain only the beautiful piece of art on the full card and a subtly obscure 4 digit identifying number. This number is then cross-referenced in an included Catalog with the titles & dates of the works, and artist information as well.
- 200x Oversized Painting Cards
- 12x Number Tokens
- 50x Page Double-sided Scorepad
- Sand Timer
- Catalog of Paintings