Paris court rules against one family’s request for restitution of art seized during WWII

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Paris court rules against one family’s request for restitution of art seized during WWII

When Claire Touchard entered the Paris courthouse on Thursday, she was hoping the judges would rule in her favour and force the state to return three paintings that belonged to her grandfather, art collector René Gimpel, before World War II.

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