Their lawsuit, filed in U.S. courts, values the more than 40 artworks at more than $100 million. The lead plaintiff, who lives in Los Angeles, says his family wants 'Hungary to feel some pressure.'
The heirs of the Budapest-based Jewish banker Mor Lipot Herzog have filed a lawsuit in U.S. courts against Hungary and its leading national museums, seeking the return of what they have identified as more than 40 works of art looted from Herzog's collection during the Holocaust. The lawsuit values the artworks, including well-known paintings by Lucas Cranach the Elder, El Greco, Francisco de Zurbaran and Gustave Courbet, at more than $100 million.
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