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City officials scoff at his explanation. They say they have tried to respect international principles of transparency regarding looted art — thus the plaque explaining that it was looted by the Vichy government — but insist that the museum lacks the right to return the painting. Essentially, their argument is that the museum accepted the painting in good faith from the donors, relying on a Swiss law that protects a buyer of stolen goods who did not know their murky history.
In contrast, in other countries like France, looted art remains just that, no matter the good faith of the last buyer. But there would be no exchange of money with that transaction.