9th Circuit Doubleheader on Nazi-Plundered Art

27 Aug 2013 12:19 PM | Anonymous
PASADENA, Calif. (CN) - The heirs of European art collectors urged the 9th Circuit to put aside their diplomatic concerns and order a pair of museums to return paintings stolen during the Holocaust.

     In the first of two cases up on appeal Thursday, the three-judge panel considered the history of "Adam and Eve," a diptych of 16th century oil paintings by Lucas Cranach the Elder.

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