The Couse-Sharp Historic Site and Lunder Research Center in Taos are in the news once again — although, this time, no crime was committed. 

Last December, a painting by Eanger Irving Couse, one of the founding members of the Taos Society of Artists, was one of several works of art stolen in a Boulder, Colo. heist. Luckily, that painting was recovered unharmed by police in January. Now, the focus is on a painting by Joseph Henry Sharp, the other TSA artist for whom the historic site on Kit Carson Road is named. 

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