US Heirs Compensated by Italian Museum for a Renaissance Painting Looted by Nazis

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US Heirs Compensated by Italian Museum for a Renaissance Painting Looted by Nazis

Turin's Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea and the Fondazione Francesco Federico Cerruti per l’Arte, together with the Holocaust Claims Processing Office (HCPO) in New York State, have announced the resolution of the Holocaust restitution case regarding the ownership of the Madonna and Child with the Young St John and Two Angels, 1480-1485 by Jacopo di Arcangelo, known as del Sellaio. JACOPO DI ARCANGELO, known as DEL SELLAIO, Madonna and Child with the Young St John and Two Angels, 1480-1485, tempera on panel, 89 x 59.8 cm. Collection Fondazione Francesco Federico Cerruti per l’Arte. Long-term loan Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte

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