April 9, 2011

ERR database—Impressionists and their collectors

Usually, when people think of art restitution or art looted by the Nazis, they tend to believe that most stolen objects consisted of paintings, drawings and […]
April 10, 2011

Henri Matisse in Vichy France

by Marc Masurovsky As in the case of Pablo Picasso and many other eminent artists plying their creative streak in France, Henri Matisse chose to remain […]
April 26, 2011

Open letter to the Uniform Law Commission of the National Conference of Uniform State Laws

HOLOCAUST ART RESTITUTION PROJECT (HARP)  http://plundered-art.blogspot.com April 25, 2011 John A. Sebert, Executive Director Uniform Law Commission Dear Mr. Sebert: As co-founder of the Holocaust Art […]
June 7, 2011

Plaidoyer pour les artistes et intellectuels juifs disparus

Palais des Études, École Nationale Superieur des Beaux-Arts, ParisSource: Wikipedia Il faut se poser la question, même s’il est injuste de la poser : enfin de […]
January 20, 2015

Post-Gurlitt stress disorder

by Marc Masurovsky Hildebrand Gurlitt Cornelius Gurlitt Now that Cornelius Gurlitt, reclusive heir to the art collection of his father, Hildebrand Gurlitt (1895-1956), international art dealer, […]
January 30, 2015

A new art loss database, ArtClaim, takes its maiden voyage in London

by Angelina Giovani, HARP correspondent, London (UK)* On the evening of Monday, January 19, 2015 the London-based Art Recovery Group used the Royal Institution of Great […]
April 23, 2015

Kafka meets Gurlitt

by Marc Masurovsky It’s fair to say that, ever since the revelation of the existence of the Cornelius Gurlitt collection in November 2013, the German federal […]
October 2, 2016

“Portrait of Greta Moll,” by Henri Matisse

Portrait of Greta Moll by Marc Masurovsky [Editor’s note and caveat: this article brings together the major articles which appeared in the international press concerning the […]