American Thomas Selldorff, left, and Austrian art historian, Sophie Lillie, who helped 

American Thomas Selldorff, left, and Austrian art historian, Sophie Lillie, who helped him to identify the paintings, pose for the media during a ceremony at the Culture Ministry in Paris, France, Tuesday, March 19, 2013, to return seven paintings taken from their Jewish owners during World War II, as part of ongoing efforts to give back hundreds of looted artworks that still hang in the Louvre and other French museums. Selldorff reclaimed six German and Italian paintings that his grandfather, Richard Neumann, was forced to sell during World War II to flee Nazi occupation, and another painting was returned to other recipients. In the background are some of the returned paintings. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
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American Thomas Selldorff, left, and Austrian art historian, Sophie Lillie, who helped him to identify the paintings, pose for the media during a ceremony at the Culture Ministry in Paris, France, Tuesday, March 19, 2013, to return seven paintings taken from their Jewish owners during World War II, as part of ongoing efforts to give back hundreds of looted artworks that still hang in the Louvre and other French museums. Selldorff reclaimed six German and Italian paintings that his grandfather, Richard Neumann, was forced to sell during World War II to flee Nazi occupation, and another painting was returned to other recipients. In the background are some of the returned paintings. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
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