An El Greco painting looted by the Nazis has been returned to its original owner's family after more than 70 years.
Portrait of a Gentleman belonged to Julius Priester, a Jewish-Austrian industrialist who escaped from Vienna to Mexico in 1938 after his extensive art collection was seized by the Gestapo.
The painting by the 16th-century Spanish artist was recovered after a 10-year search, conducted by the Commission for Looted Art in Europe on behalf of Mr Priester's UK-based heirs.
Commission co-chair Anne Webber said: "The family are delighted. They have a photo of the painting hanging in Mr Priester's apartment; it's very moving because the painting is still in the same frame."
The work was found in New York. Its value is unknown, but the world record price for an El Greco is £9.2 million.