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Claim on painting Kandinsky at Stedelijk Museum

The mayor of Amsterdam has decided to revisit the question of whether the city’s Stedelijk Museum should hold onto a 1909 painting by Wassily Kandinsky that had been part of a Jewish collection before it was obtained by the museum during World War II. The heirs have argued that the work Painting With Houses was sold under duress by its Jewish owners after the Nazi invasion of the Netherlands.