In a move aimed at returning works of art looted by Nazis during second world war, the Louvre has opened two showrooms with 31 paintings on display which can be claimed by their legitimate owners. Photo: AP

Louvre puts art looted by Nazis on show in hope original owners’ heirs will claim them

The permanent display of 31 paintings represents a fraction of the thousands of works of art stolen by German forces in France between 1940 and 1945 and still unclaimed

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In a move aimed at returning works of art looted by Nazis during second world war, the Louvre has opened two showrooms with 31 paintings on display which can be claimed by their legitimate owners. Photo: AP
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