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June 15, 2001
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Princeton University’s art museum reached an agreement allowing it to keep an Italian Renaissance painting taken from the collection of a Jewish resident of Nazi-occupied France during World War II. The university announced the agreement it reached with the heirs of Frederico Gentili di Giuseppe, whose collection was sold at a forced auction in France after he died of natural causes during the war.

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