Paintings looted by Nazis returned to Poland – RTÉ News

A pair of 19th century paintings by Polish Impressionist Julian Falat – looted by the Nazis nearly seven decades ago – have been returned to Polish authorities in a ceremony in New York.

President Bronislaw Komorowski of Poland accepted the paintings – “The Hunt” and “Off to the Hunt” – at Poland’s consulate in Manhattan yesterday.


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