An Italian Renaissance painting rarely seen in the U.S. will be displayed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington to mark the start of Italy’s presidency of the European Union. Titian’s Danae will be on view Monday through Nov. 2. Painted in 1544 to 1545 as a depiction of erotic mythologies, the Danae was looted by German troops for Nazi leader Hermann Goring during World War II and was found later in an Austrian salt mine. It was recovered by the U.S.-led “Monuments Men” in 1945 and was returned to the Italian government two years later.
Details: www.nga.gov or 202-737-4215.