Phyllis Joffe reports on the exhibition of seven Grandma Moses paintings at Vermont''s Bennington Museum. Stolen 14 years ago, the paintings suddenly turned up at the museum in February. The theft and homecoming of the paintings are shrouded in mystery — but the works themsleves are classicly gentle Grandma Moses.
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