King Herring TV Appearance Boosts Renoir Theft Glam Factor

Houston’s Channel 13 News ran a lengthy (for local TV news) bit comparing the recently stolen Renoir case to that of socialite Joanne King Herring, who lost Sir Henry Raeburn’s Portrait of a Man in 1985, and later recovered it via an alert from the online Art Loss Registry database when it was up for auction at Sotheby’s.

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  1. Although this disproves my theory about reconstructive surgery and taste, it strengthens my hypothesis on the relationship between wasp waist syndrome and botox.

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