Originally published 08/02/2017
Seized 80 years ago as a ‘degenerate art,’ the heirs of the Paul Klee masterpiece have finally reached a settlement with the city of Munich.
Originally published 03/15/2017
People with prominent collections and unsettled consciences have stepped forward to investigate what they own.
Originally published 12/22/2016
The Holocaust Expropriated Art Recovery (HEAR) Act erodes some of the legal technicalities that art museums have used to hold on to Nazi-looted art when faced with claims.
Originally published 12/15/2016
The German owner of the 1,500 artworks was of sound mind when he bequeathed them to a museum in Switzerland, a court in Munich ruled.
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