Germany Looted Art

March 5, 2013 - 2:29 PM
The undated handout shows a reproduction provided Tuesday, March 5, 2013 by the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart of the painting "Virgin with Child". The Stuttgart museum has returned a 600-year-old painting to the estate of Jewish art dealer Max Stern, who was forced to sell his collection before fleeing Nazi Germany. The oil painting "The Virgin with Child," attributed to the Master of Flemaile — an unidentified Flemish artist from the early 1400s — was turned over by Staatsgalerie Stuttgart at a ceremony Tuesday at the Canadian Embassy in Berlin. (AP Photo/dpa, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart)