The Hague Forest with a View of Huis ten Bosch Palace is by 17th century Dutch master Joris van der Haagen.
The Dutch royal family will return a painting seized by the Nazis during World War II to the heirs of the owner.
"The Hague Forest with a View of Huis ten Bosch Palace" by 17th century Dutch master Joris van der Haagen was purchased in 1960 by Queen Juliana from a Dutch art dealer who did not disclose the full provenance..
"A Jewish collector was forced in 1942 to hand over the painting...to the (Nazi) bank Lippmann, Rosenthal & Co in Amsterdam," said a report commissioned by the palace in 2012. Thousands of artworks were researched in the House of Orange's collection as part of an investigation led by the palace.