When Andy Warfield first met his future wife, Jane, he wasn’t expecting to be asked to take his art.
But after a lifetime of work with his wife Jane, it turned out that their artwork had been stolen by a third party.
It was a shock for Jane, but she found it hard to take it back.
She had been a huge fan of Warhol, who had become her favourite artist after the artist died in 1995.
After the couple divorced in 1998, Warhol died at the age of 93 in New York.
In 2005, Jane bought a painting, “The Art of War,” that was one of his most famous works.
“He was an extraordinary artist,” she said.
Jane said she wanted to return Warhol to her, and she began to work on a restoration.
However, in 2006, the couple began to notice strange things, including an “unusual” condition on one of Warfield’s paintings.
This painting, which was painted by Warhol in 1968, is missing a lot of the details that make up his art, such as the flowers and leaves, Jane said.
Jane said it also had a “dark grey” tone to it.
Warhol died in New Mexico in 2018.
Her daughter told CBC News that Jane was “horrified” by what she found.
When Jane contacted the museum, they offered to restore the painting.
But she said she was not comfortable with the idea.
The museum also asked Jane to buy some more Warhol paintings, but Jane said she would not sell the painting until she received a guarantee from the museum that they would be returned.
A museum representative told CBC that they do not have an exact figure on the number of paintings that have been lost.
They do not know how many paintings have been stolen from the Warhol museum.
At this point, Jane is trying to find the owner of the painting, but her efforts are futile.
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