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Second national exhibition of the works of art recovered in Germany

Rodolfo Siviero

Second national exhibition of the works of art recovered in Germany

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Published by Sansoni in [Italy] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementpreface by the Minister of Public Instruction.
ContributionsAccademia Nazionale dei Lincei.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13808994M

The famous pieces of art were crowded into small rooms and often displayed with a hanging cord. According to the history books, the first room contained art considered demeaning of religion, the second featured works by Jewish artists in particular, and the third contained works deemed insulting to the people of Germany.   The Foundation E.G. Bührle houses Der Sämann by Vincent van Gogh, Der Selbstmörder by Edouard Manet, Junge Frau by Amedeo Modigliani, and countless other famous works. On Febru , one of the largest art heists in history took place at the museum. Armed gunman stormed the museum shortly before closing and stole four famous paintings . YOUR LIST OF LISTS: Germany posts list of Nazi-stolen art on the internet. "Over 2, works of art, as well as 10, books and coins have already been indexed on the pages of On December 3, , 44 world governments and 13 international NGOs came together in Washington D.C. to develop a guide for dealing with Nazi .


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