A bronze Rodin sculpture that was stolen last year has been recovered in an FBI "sting" operation, a bureau spokesman said in Miami. Agent Paul Miller said three men were arrested when they tried to sell the 75-pound, 42-inch-tall sculpture of a nude woman to an undercover agent. The work, titled "Jean d'Aire," is valued at $100,000. It was stolen from the University of Pennsylvania. Miller said two Philadelphia men and a Miami resident were arrested and charged with conspiracy and interstate transportation of stolen property.