Wow, this is a good one. A stolen Gauguin worth between 10-30 million euros is found in a Sicilian kitchen of a retired autoworker...where it's hung for decades! He bought the work for $100, supposedly fair and square, at an Italian State Railway auction in the mid '70s. He also has a Bonnard from the same sale. Obviously this guy has an eye for art. The man's son had it appraised and the appraiser contacted the Carabinieri...oops! Looks like a law suit will commence regarding who gets this beauty.