In this picture taken Wednesday Sept. 7, 2011 the painting "Die Heimkehr des Tobias" ( The Return of Tobias) by German-Jewish painter Max Liebermann (1847-1935) is photographed at the Centrum Judaicum in Berlin. Israel's national museum has returned an impressionistic painting to the estate of its creator, the German-Jewish Max Liebermann. The work was looted from the Jewish Museum in Berlin, where it was on loan from the artist, in the 1930 where it was on loan from the artist.Following the end of World War II, the American-based Jewish Restitution Successor Organization (JRSO) collected orphaned art and distributed the pieces to Jewish institutions worldwide. Liebermann's painting was one of more than 1,000 works the JRSO delivered in 1955 to the Bezalel National Museum, the precursor to the Israel Museum. (AP Photo/dapd/ Michael Gottschalk)

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In this picture taken Wednesday Sept. 7, 2011 the painting  "Die Heimkehr des Tobias"  ( The Return of Tobias)  by German-Jewish painter Max Liebermann (1847-1935)  is  photographed at the Centrum Judaicum in Berlin. Israel's national museum has returned an impressionistic painting to the estate of its creator, the German-Jewish Max Liebermann.  The work was looted from the Jewish Museum in Berlin, where it was on loan from the artist, in the 1930 where it was on loan from the artist.Following the end of World War II, the American-based Jewish Restitution Successor Organization (JRSO) collected orphaned art and distributed the pieces to Jewish institutions worldwide. Liebermann's painting was one of more than 1,000 works the JRSO delivered in 1955 to the Bezalel National Museum, the precursor to the Israel Museum.  (AP Photo/dapd/ Michael Gottschalk)
In this picture taken Wednesday Sept. 7, 2011 the painting "Die Heimkehr des Tobias" ( The Return of Tobias) by German-Jewish painter Max Liebermann (1847-1935) is photographed at the Centrum Judaicum in Berlin. Israel's national museum has returned an impressionistic painting to the estate of its creator, the German-Jewish Max Liebermann. The work was looted from the Jewish Museum in Berlin, where it was on loan from the artist, in the 1930 where it was on loan from the artist.Following the end of World War II, the American-based Jewish Restitution Successor Organization (JRSO) collected orphaned art and distributed the pieces to Jewish institutions worldwide. Liebermann's painting was one of more than 1,000 works the JRSO delivered in 1955 to the Bezalel National Museum, the precursor to the Israel Museum. (AP Photo/dapd/ Michael Gottschalk)
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