May 10, 2011

More on restitution in postwar Italy

Renewed attention is being given to the scope and breadth of objects of art plundered by the Nazis and their allies which entered the art market […]
January 31, 2015

Sometimes It Takes a Village to Correct a Historical Wrong

Madonna and Child in a landscape by Ori Z. Soltes No two cases that deal with Nazi-plundered art are identical. There always seems to be some […]
February 24, 2015

The most expensive works of art in the world and their histories (or lack thereof)-Part One

by Marc Masurovsky Our collective jaws routinely drop when we read about a work of art selling for sums of money that most of us cannot […]
June 16, 2016

S. 2763: Restitution kabuki

an opinionated piece by Marc Masurovsky Note: The title was inspired by a close friend who is intimately involved in art restitution matters. The authors of […]
November 19, 2019

Backdrop to the 20th anniversary celebration of the existence of the CIVS

by Marc Masurovsky [Editor’s note: This is the first of three articles on the November 15, 2019, one-day colloquium convened by the CIVS in Paris, France] […]