Susan Helen Adler, shown outside the Baltimore Museum of Art in October, is a descendant of sisters who donated numerous works of art to the Baltimore museum. One of her great-great-aunt's paintings, a small Renoir, shown on her shirt, turned up in a box of junk at a West Virginia flea market.
The Associated Press
A Washington Post reporter discovered documents in the museum's library showing an impressionist painting found for $7 at a West Virginia flea market was a Renoir from the Baltimore Museum of Art. Museum officials then found paperwork showing the painting, "Paysage Bords de Seine," was stolen in 1951.