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November 21, 2000
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The Washington-based National Gallery of Art said it would return a painting it believes was confiscated by the Nazis from the Stern family in Paris in 1941. The painting “Still Life with Fruit and Game” by the Flemish artist Frans Snyders, brings to 11 the number of paintings the gallery has found in its collection that passed through Nazi hands.

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