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, […]
February 15, 2015

The Gurlitt indictment: Washington Principles vs. the German government and its partners

by Marc Masurovsky Leave it to the diplomats, the pundits, the negotiators, the strategists, the civil servants, and those with a vested interest in doing business […]
April 6, 2015

The Gurlitt Affair: A canary in the coal mine?

by Ori Z Soltes Surrounded by all kinds of interesting and problematic details, there are three large issues that stand out in the now-notorious case of […]
August 24, 2015

Hitler’s Art Thief: A Review of Susan Ronald’s Book on Hildebrand Gurlitt and the Looting of Europe’s Treasures (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2015)

by Ori Z Soltes This book may not be for everyone: if all you are interested in is the number of artworks that surfaced out of […]
October 8, 2018

An “heirless” journey

by Marc Masurovsky How has the discussion on “heirless” cultural assets evolved between 2011 and 2018, as reflected in various entries in the “plundered art” blog? […]
October 10, 2018

Washington Principle #3: A Critique

by Marc Masurovsky [Editor’s note: Due to the momentous nature of the upcoming international conference in Berlin, Germany, entitled “20 years Washington Principles: Roadmap for the […]