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Matisse Work From Munich Art Trove Returned to Owner's Heirs

A Matisse painting that was looted by the Nazis and became part of a German collector's long-hidden trove was handed over on Friday to the heirs of a Jewish art dealer. Henri Matisse's “Woman Sitting in an Armchair” was one of the first two works from the vast trove of art hoarded by Cornelius Gurlitt to be returned to its rightful owners. Lawyer Chris Marinello, who represents the heirs of Paris-based dealer Paul Rosenberg and traveled to Munich to pick up the painting, said...

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