Picasso’s handyman again convicted for possessing stolen paintings
A French appeals court has found that Pierre Le Guennec, the former handyman to Pablo Picasso, was in possession of stolen work by the famous artist. Le Guennec said that the paintings had been a gift and were in his garage for decades, but the artist's estate believes the goods were stolen and that smugglers were using Le Guennec as cover to bring the work back into the legitimate market. For now, the artwork remains at the Bank of France. Plus, learn the English phrasal verb "zero in on."