296 unclaimed artworks from the Nazi occupation of France remain in the Louvre’s current collection. Some 31 of them have now found a place on the historic museum’s walls—for a reason. The Louvre hopes that relatives of the previous owners will come forward to claim the pieces. Acclaimed artists Eugène Delacroix, François Boucher and Théodore Rousseau are the hands behind some of these paintings, which will occupy two rooms permanently (or until rightful owners step forward). Read more at Dazed.