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 […]
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 […]
Another art theft story has been implemented in a Hollywood movie. „Woman in Gold“ deals with the case of restitution to the painting „Adele Bloch-Bauer“ by Gustav Klimt, who for many years was seen as a valuable Austrian Cultural Property […]
Today it was announced: the Bern Museum takes the heavy legacy of the collection Gurlitt – but on its terms.