May 1, 2011

The strange odyssey of Mme. Stumpf and her daughter

Madame Stumpf and Her DaughterSource: NGA The National Gallery of Washington in Washington, DC, holds more than a dozen paintings that were once looted by the […]
May 14, 2011

ERR database—Raoul Meyer, Pissarro, Modigliani, Soutine

You can never be too careful. Thanks to the watchful eye of a museum curator in Indiana, the information in the Jeu de Paume database concerning […]
May 16, 2011

At the National Gallery of Art with Paul Gauguin

Yellow ChristSource: Humanities Web Not everyone is a fan of Paul Gauguin, myself included. But his obsessive sense of esthetics concerning exotic women (read, Tahitian) blended […]
February 4, 2015

A Gurlitt painting waiting to be restituted: View of the Seine from the Pont-Neuf, by Camille Pissarro

by Marc Masurovsky One of the paintings found in the infamous Salzburg Depot in Western Austria which were part of the art collection of the late […]
June 16, 2018

“Le premier jour de printemps à Moret”, by Alfred Sisley–Part Two

by Marc Masurovsky “Frühlingslandschaft” The Impressionist painter, Alfred Sisley, produced “Le premier jour de printemps à Moret” in 1889, an oil on canvas measuring 46,2 x […]