'Finding a $1 million painting in the garbage is very unusual'
Check out Tuesday's
NY Times for the amazing
story of a woman who found a stolen
Rufino Tamayo in an Upper West Side trash pile. I enjoyed Gawker.com's
take on her story.
other (alleged) finders of priceless artwork, Elizabeth Gibson could be termed a tad ... eccentric.
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