An empty wooden frame once occupied by Willem de Kooning's "Woman-Ochre" sits at the center of a gallery at the University of Arizona's Museum of Art in Tucson.
Next to it are the composite drawings of two people police say stole the painting the day after Thanksgiving in 1985. The museum wants to remind visitors of the heist in hopes that a new lead in the 30-year unsolved mystery will appear.
"We have not given up hope about getting the painting back," Gina Compitello-Moore, the museum's marketing director, said. "By not having it, it's almost as if a member of our family is missing."
The painting by the abstract expressionist was...