Nazi-looted Pissarro painting becomes the subject of a lawsuit in Atlanta

A lawsuit has been brought in the Federal District Court in Atlanta, Georgia, by over a dozen heirs of a German Jewish couple, Ludwig and Margaret Kainer, whose painting by Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) was looted by the Nazis. The lawsuit named as respondents three members of the Horowitz family in Atlanta, Gerald D. and Pearlann Horowitz, and their son Scott, who they claim are in possession of the painting, which is now believed to be worth $500,000-$1 million.

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