This Renoir painting has become a tug-of-war over ownership involving an art museum, a late wealthy benefactor, the flea market buyer, the FBI, a Virginia auction gallery and an insurance company.
This Renoir painting has become a tug-of-war over ownership involving an art museum, a late wealthy benefactor, the flea market buyer, the FBI, a Virginia auction gallery and an insurance company. MCT
This Renoir painting has become a tug-of-war over ownership involving an art museum, a late wealthy benefactor, the flea market buyer, the FBI, a Virginia auction gallery and an insurance company. MCT

‘Flea market’ Renoir leads to colorful, continuing mystery

June 03, 2013 11:50 AM

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