Germany Orders Nazi-Looted Painting Returned to Jewish Heirs

Max Liebermann painting part of massive Munich trove discovered in 2012

Germany Rules Matisse Belongs to Jewish Heirs

The 1921 work, ‘Woman Sitting in an Armchair,’ was found in Munich in 2011

Second Will Found For Collector of Disputed Art

But his agreement to return the art to original owners remains legally binding

Nazi-Looted Art Trove Willed to Swiss Museum

Cornelius Gurlitt, who died Tuesday, leaves massive collection of contested art

Center of Nazi-Looted Art Dispute Dies at 81

German recluse Cornelius Gurlitt leaves art trove worth $1.4 billion and no will

Major Nazi-Looted Art Collection to be Returned

Germany recluse’s hidden stash includes work by Monet, Renoir, and Matisse

Why the Germans Haven’t Returned $1 Billion Worth of Nazi-Looted Paintings

Munich authorities seem more interested in protecting an art dealer than in returning stolen works to their rightful heirs

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