Germany Says Art Restitution Will Continue





Germany’s culture minister said that ending the nation’s longstanding practice of restoring artwork stolen by Nazis to Holocaust victims and their descendants was “out of the question,” Bloomberg News reported. The minister, Bernd Neumann, was responding to remarks made in Der Spiegel by Norman Rosenthal, the former exhibitions secretary of the Royal Academy of Arts in London, who said that such restitutions should end.



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