NEW YORK (AP).- A Henry Moore bronze sculpture stolen from a New York City gallery in 2001 has been recovered.
The $80,000 abstract sculpture of a reclining figure was found at Miriam Shiell (SHEEL) Fine Art in Toronto on Wednesday. Shiell says a man brought it in last week and she searched the Art Loss Register.
The recovery came days after a Paul Klee (KLAY) painting was found in a Montreal art gallery.
The executive director of the London-based Art Loss Register says the fact that both pieces were recovered in Canada within days of each other is a coincidence.
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