Poussin stolen by Nazis returned to Jewish owners

(ANSA) – MONZA, APR 1 – A painting by 17th-century French
Baroque master Nicolas Poussin has been returned from Italy to
its rightful owners after being stolen by the Nazis in occupied
France in 1944.
    The painting, ‘Lot With His Two Daughters Serving Him Drink’,
was found by Carabinieri art cops in the home of a Milanese
antiques dealer in Padua.
    The work, taken from its Jewish owners in Poitiers in mid-1944,
has been given to their heirs, a 98-year-old Swiss woman and a
68-year-old American man. (ANSA).
   

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