Vincent Van Gogh's "Carnations" was stolen from the Municipal Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Also stolen were "The House of Maitre Billaud in Nevers," by Dutch painter Johan Jonkind, and "Bottle with Apples," an 1894 still life by Paul Cezanne. Museum officials valued the works at $52 million and said it was the largest art theft in modern Dutch history. The theft was discovered after 5 a.m. Friday when someone broke a window in the museum and an alarm went off, said police spokeswoman Heleen van der Weijden. A police patrol responding to the alarm did not notice anything missing. An hour later, a security guard on a routine round realized the paintings were gone. Museum director Willem Beeren said the stolen paintings were not insured.