This oval-shaped still-life painting by Georges Braque, along with a Picasso, is a new addition to the Art Loss Register's list of stolen art.

Both paintings were stolen from a Swiss residence between November and December last year.

George Braque was 53 when he painted Verre et Fruits, a still-life on oval canvas in 1925.

The Picasso, Femme assise aux bras croisés is a pen and colourwash, on the back of a playing card, made by the artist in Barcelona in 1902. The translation is Seated woman with her arms folded.

The Art Loss Register has more than 430 works by Picasso and 68 by Braque registered on its database.

The works include ceramics, paintings and prints.