The Associated Press reports on a stolen Paul Klee painting that suddenly turned up after 20+ years:
Federal agents have recovered a painting by Swiss artist Paul Klee (KLAY’) that was stolen from a New York City art gallery in 1989. The agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement recovered the painting by the neo-impressionist from a Montreal gallery. The painting is called “Portrait in the Garden” and is from 1930. It was stolen from the Marlborough Gallery in New York in 1989.
Klee Stolen from NYC in 1989 is Found in Montreal (AP)