Steel magnate Newton Korhumel bought piece in 1956, but heirs of German Jew say he was unjustly forced to sell it to escape Nazi persecution
In 1956, steel magnate Newton Korhumel and his wife, Irene, bought a florid country landscape by French impressionist master Pierre-Auguste Renoir at a New York gallery. The painting hung proudly in their Lake Forest home.
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