PAINTING STOLEN BY THE NAZIS IS RECOVERED IN THE UPSTATE
Wow, this is right out of a movie.
People have been searching for artwork and treasures stolen by the Nazis during WWII. Most has been found in Europe, some has never been found and now a painting has been found right here in a museum in Upstate New York.
According to an article in www.nyup.com the painting, by Gari Melchers, titled "Winter" was stolen from Rudolf Mosse after the family fled Germany in 1933.
It ended up at the Arkell Museum in Canajoharie, NY before it was recovered by the FBI on Sept. 10.