A plaque bearing “Heil Hitler” was also discovered at the site
Two paintings will be returned, but there has been criticism over the “public interest” in keeping them on display.
“I think that they’ve been transformative.”
— A U.S. district court has cleared the way for descendants of Jewish art collectors to sue Germany in the United States over objects allegedly obtained from their ancestors under duress during the Nazi era. The ruling comes three years after a German investigative commission found that the owners of a collection – known…
In an article in the Spectator, William Cook makes some surprising claims about Nazi art and the history of the infamous “Degenerate Art” Exhibition
A bill to facilitate the return of Nazi-looted artworks to their original owners or heirs passed the U.S. Senate.
A new exhibit at the Neue Galerie reconstructs a 1937 Nazi show that mocked so-called ‘degenerate’ artists.
Germany reached an agreement with an elderly recluse on Monday on the future of a billion-dollar art trove confiscated by authorities, part of which is suspected of being stolen or extorted by the Nazis.
A painting by Marc Chagall discovered in a sensational art trove found in Munich is believed to have been looted by the Nazis from a Latvian Jewish family.
Germany, under pressure to hasten inquiries into Nazi-looted art works stashed in a recluse’s flat, has sent legal experts to help local authorities in Munich resolve myriad ownership issues, Focus magazine reported on Sunday.