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Rose Valland – art spy at the Jeu de Paume

Rose Valland was the perfect spy. Her innocence was the best camouflage. When the Germans occupied Paris and the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg (ERR) moved into his bag-shop in the building of Jeu de Paume, she was already there. The art […]

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Captain Walter Farmer – Wiesbaden’s First CCP-Director

More than 70 years ago,  on a hot early summer of 1945 , a young soldier from Ohio came to Frankfurt – unaware that he  soon will play a significant role for the German art treasures, but already with the honorable aim […]

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IFAR announces major enhancemens to its free catalogue raisonnés database

The International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR)—the leading organization addressing critical art-world issues regarding attribution, authenticity, and provenance—announced today the launch of new enhancements to its online Catalogues Raisonnés Database. New features and functionality include external links to the complete […]

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Marzella: “Brücke”-Expressionism in Stockholm

A subject that was repeatedly painted by the Brücke-artists such as Ernst Ludwig Kirchner is the young girl “Marzella”. A version of it is now displayed in the Moderna Museet, Stockholm. The work of an artist who was considered as […]

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No lessons learned from the Monuments Men?

At the workshop “Protection of historical cultural values in wartime – Second World War to Syria” I recently met Isber Sabrine (Chair of “Heritage for Peace”), Prof. Paul Harris (Auburn University, Alabama), PD. Dr. Uwe Hunger (FoKos Siegen) und Sascha Krannich […]

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Monuments Men honoured

Harry Ettlinger was honored as one of the art experts turned military officers from the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archive section (MFA & A), known as “Monuments Men”. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBxbdNuSyBY?rel=0&showinfo=0]

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The “Painted Queen” Visiting Wiesbaden

World famous artworks in the province – how the German small town Wiesbaden became a storage facility for art treasures after World War II The end of World War II meant a turning point for the field of visual arts. […]

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Liebermann was not allowed to go to Sweden

Art looting during the Third Reich has taken place in very different ways. The extent of coercion, which was exposed to the former art owners, not always appears equally strong. Without any doubt are the cases in which an expropriation has occurred, when […]

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