‘Stolen’ Matisse can stay in London’s National Gallery: U.S. appeals court

The National Gallery in London persuaded a U.S. appeals court that three grandchildren of a muse for French artist Henri Matisse should not reclaim a 1908 painting they said was stolen.






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