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Di Giuseppe Heirs' Claim Against Princeton University Art Museum

The heirs of Jewish art collector Federico Gentili di Giuseppe, claimed ownership of the painting St. Bartholomew by Bernardino Pinturicchio, which had been purchased by the Princeton University Art Museum from a New York art gallery in 1994. The painting was one of dozens of works of art from di Giuseppe’s collection that had been auctioned off by the French Government. . .

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