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Lostart.de The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany believes it has found a match between a print seized by the Nazis and a print recently found in a Munich apartment. An image of the print La Goulue by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was
The art dealers in Milan, Italy, who offered for sale a major Baroque masterpiece painted by Bernardo Strozzi that had been looted by the Nazis in 1944 deny that they knew of its illicit past when they acquired the picture locally in 2006. When we
The announcement was made several days after the man who hid the paintings said he will not give up the works without a fight.
German collector says he owns pictures Many of the works were previously thought to have been lost or destroyed The German owner of more than 1,400 art works, many believed to have been stolen by the Nazis, says he will not give them up voluntarily.
When German tax authorities entered the home of a recluse collector and found a trove of art that could include works stolen by the Nazis, they stepped into a legal quagmire one that may end up being resolved by politics as much as the law. For a
Federal and regional authorities involved in shedding light on the vast trove of artworks, including masterpieces by Picasso and Matisse, held talks on Friday, the government's spokesman said, according to the AFP news agency.
Found art taken by Nazis includes Picasso Why the big deal over looted art? They paint a picture of a solitary and enigmatic man, whose only love was art. "For me he was a 'lonesome cowboy,'" says his cousin Ekkeheart, who last saw Gurlitt more than
It's always gratifying to watch the self-righteous fall off their high horses. Following revelations that the US had spied on her office and her country's diplomatic missions, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff snubbed Barack Obama and went to the
U.S. military documents are deepening the mystery surrounding the more than 1,400 artworks found in a Munich apartment. In the chaotic aftermath of World War II, the American military seized 20 boxes of art from German dealer Hildebrand Gurlitt in
The State Department is calling for greater transparency from Germany in returning Nazi-confiscated artworks discovered in a Munich apartment to their rightful owners, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. The U.S. plans to ask Germany to