For the safe return of irreplaceable pieces from his multimillion-dollar art collection and other pricey property stolen this month from his Santa Monica home, bond-fund manager Jeffrey Gundlach is offering a $200,000 reward, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
Gundlach was on a business trip when the paintings, red Porsche Carrera 4S, wine and cash were lifted from the home in the North of Montana neighborhood. Santa Monica Police have placed the value of the haul at $10 million.
Among the stolen paintings were works by Piet Mondrian and Jasper Johns.
According to the Times:
Most meaningful to Gundlach, 52, was Mondrian's "Composition (A) en Rouge et Blanc," a 1969 oil on canvas. Gundlach liked the artist's distinctive double lines so much that he borrowed the image for his investment firm, naming it DoubleLine Capital.