Marianne Rosenberg, granddaughter of prominent Parisian art dealer Paul Rosenberg, poses for 

Marianne Rosenberg, granddaughter of prominent Parisian art dealer Paul Rosenberg, poses for a photo during an interview with The Associated Press, Friday, April 5, 2013, in New York. Paul Rosenberg's family is demanding that a Norwegian museum return an Henri Matisse painting seized by Nazis under the direction of Hermann Goering, in the latest dispute over art stolen from Jews during World War II. The painting at the center of the dispute, Matisse's 1937 "Blue Dress in a Yellow Armchair," depicts a woman sitting in a living room. It has been among the highlights of the Henie Onstad Art Center near Oslo, Norway, since the museum was established in 1968 through a donation by wealthy art collector Niels Onstad and his wife, Olympic figure-skating champion Sonja Henie. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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Marianne Rosenberg, granddaughter of prominent Parisian art dealer Paul Rosenberg, poses for a photo during an interview with The Associated Press, Friday, April 5, 2013, in New York. Paul Rosenberg's family is demanding that a Norwegian museum return an Henri Matisse painting seized by Nazis under the direction of Hermann Goering, in the latest dispute over art stolen from Jews during World War II. The painting at the center of the dispute, Matisse's 1937 "Blue Dress in a Yellow Armchair," depicts a woman sitting in a living room. It has been among the highlights of the Henie Onstad Art Center near Oslo, Norway, since the museum was established in 1968 through a donation by wealthy art collector Niels Onstad and his wife, Olympic figure-skating champion Sonja Henie. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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