Museum in Spain Returns 2 Paintings Looted During WWII
A museum in Spain is trying to right a wrong from the past by returning two paintings that were looted from Poland by the Nazis during World War II. Poland’s Culture Ministry keeps a database of items that were reported stolen during the war. It alerted Spain’s Museum of Pontevedra that the paintings were identified as looted art in 2020. They hung in the museum after being acquired in 1994 from a private collector. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.