Trove of Art Stolen by Nazis Seeks Its Rightful Owners

A trove of art that had been seized by the Nazis during World War II is now on display at the Louvre Museum. Thirty-one paintings looted by the German army in the 1940s now hang on the walls of the storied Paris museum. Museum officials are hoping to match the works with the families of their rightful owners. Tens of thousands of pieces of artwork taken by the Nazis have already been returned, but thousands still remain unclaimed, including almost 300 in the Louvre alone.