Toledo Museum to return stolen Hindu antiquities

THE NEW YORK TIMES
By Max Bearak
A bronze work from the Chola Dynasty, circa 1080-1150. Credit Toledo Museum of Art
OHIO---The Toledo Museum of Art has decided to return four pieces of rare Indian artwork on display there to India after concluding that their provenance had been falsified or could not be verified. All four of the ancient objects had been purchased from Subhash Kapoor, a former New York art dealer who is awaiting trial in India. [link]

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