Renoir's On the Shore of the Seine returns to the Baltimore Museum of Art more than 60 years after its theft. Rumor has it Renoir painted the tiny piece on a linen napkin for his mistress. It was stolen from the museum in 1951 and resurfaced in 2012 when a woman tried to sell it, claiming she had bought it at a flea market. AP hide caption

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A Tiny Renoir, Stolen In The '50s, Finally Comes Home To Baltimore Museum

On the Shore of the Seine was stolen in 1951. It resurfaced in 2012 when a woman claimed she found it at a flea market. A Washington Post reporter investigated and found the story wasn't so simple.

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It's Good To Gather Moss: A Young Artist On Missing 'Home'

Singer-songwriter Dan Croll talks about "Home," a track off his debut album, Sweet Disarray, as well as the real-life home that helped inspire it.

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Before You Bake Brooklyn's Legendary Cake, Heed A Warning

When a recipe for Ebinger's Blackout Cake surfaced long after the bakery's demise, Katie Workman knew it was just the thing to make her grandfather. Little did she know the trial that was yet to come.

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How Being Ignored Helped A Woman Discover The Breast Cancer Gene

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Southeast Asia Free Of Polio As India Declares Health Victory

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Custom Chromo: First Yeast Chromosome Built From Scratch

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Renoir's On the Shore of the Seine returns to the Baltimore Museum of Art more than 60 years after its theft. Rumor has it Renoir painted the tiny piece on a linen napkin for his mistress. It was stolen from the museum in 1951 and resurfaced in 2012 when a woman tried to sell it, claiming she had bought it at a flea market. AP hide caption

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A Tiny Renoir, Stolen In The '50s, Finally Comes Home To Baltimore Museum

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Before You Bake Brooklyn's Legendary Cake, Heed A Warning

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Voting Rights Fight Takes New Direction

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Latinos Live Longer But Struggle To Save Enough For Retirement

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