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Portrait of a Man: Henrietta Schubert Becomes Holocaust Heir of Art

Newsmax Tuesday, 29 November 2016
‘Portrait of a Man,’ a painting sold by her Jewish grandparents to pay for their escape from Germany, was returned to Henrietta Schubert from the French government on Monday.
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News video: Looted Nazi Artwork Returned To French Owner’s Heirs

Looted Nazi Artwork Returned To French Owner’s Heirs 01:28

’Portrait of a Man’—a 16th century Flemish painting owned by a Jewish family who sold it in 1938 to secure their passage from Nazi Germany to America—has been returned to its original owners. Mark Kelly reports. Image: AP/Fox Photos

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