The artworks were stolen 14 years ago from Amsterdam's Vincent Van Gogh Museum, as Dutch TV reported.
The emotional strain of an hours-long operation to save a baby girl from a building in Idlib, Syria, was written on the face of this rescuer.
The works were recovered by anti-Mafia police in Italy and appeared to be in relatively good condition, officials said. They were taken from a museum in Amsterdam in 2002.
The rescuer clutches the dusty child to his chest as his shoulders heave and body trembles. He cries: "Oh god ... Oh lord."
More than 90 delegations from 70 countries attended the funeral of Israel's ninth president on Friday.