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France Claim Against Cleveland Museum of Art
This dispute between the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Louvre over the legality of the export of a Poussin painting, later purchased by the Cleveland Museum, arose due to the museums’ differing interpretations of France’s complex art export laws. After a six-year dispute . . . .
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