North Carolina museum returns Nazi-looted paintings

Marianne and Cornelia Hainisch are the new owners. The Cranach was among the works owned by their great-uncle, Philipp Gomperz. The artwork was seized in 1940, after Gomperz fled Vienna. It ultimately came into the hands of a Beverly Hills collector who bequeathed it to the Raleigh museum. In 1984, it became one of the museum's most cherished pieces of European art.

In June, the Seattle Art Museum said it would return "Odalisque" by Henri Matisse to the heirs of Paul Rosenberg, an art dealer whose collection was looted by Nazis.