An attorney for a French woman who sued the University of Oklahoma over a painting that the Nazis stole from her family says a settlement has been reached and that the university will return the painting to her. New York attorney Pierre Ciric told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the settlement was signed by both parties regarding ownership
of the painting “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep” by the impressionist master Camille Pissaro. He says under the settlement, 100 percent the painting’s title will be transferred to his client, Leone Meyer. The agreement also calls for the painting to be displayed publicly at the university’s Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art in Norman, Okla., and a museum in France. University President David Boren says he’s pleased the painting will still be accessible to Oklahomans and available for educational purposes.