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Rubens May Stay in Russia After All

A Russian businessman said Monday that he is the legal owner of a Rubens painting that was stolen from Germany in the chaos following World War II, and he has no plans to return it, Alex Kwiatkowski writes in the Miami Herald. It was widely reported over the weekend that the painting, Tarquinius and Lucretia, 1610–11, which had been missing for decades and is now in the hands of Russian authorities, would be returned to Germany.

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