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March 28, 2000
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The Seattle Art Museum can sue a New York art gallery for the market value of a 1928 painting that the museum had to return to its pre-World War II owners, a U.S. judge ruled. Last year, the museum returned Henri Matisse’s “Odalisque” to the heirs of Paul Rosenberg, a French Jewish art dealer whose collection had been looted by the Nazis.

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