April 17, 2011

Found: Martin Bormann loot near Biarritz, France

In a wee article published on 10 March 1951, “Le Monde” reported the discovery of crates at Ilbarritz, near Biarritz, labeled “Martin Bormann, Reichsleiter, München.” Joke, […]
May 9, 2011

Lessons of the May 6-7, 2011, World War II Provenance Research Seminar

An event such as this one does not happen very often, especially not in Washington, DC. Co-sponsored by the National Archives and the two leading museum […]
February 26, 2013

Angelus Novus, Angel of History, by Paul Klee

by Marc Masurovsky Paul KleeSource: Wikipedia Interesting destiny for the watercolor, “Angelus Novus”, a critical early work by Swiss artist Paul Klee. Angelus Novus, Paul Klee, […]
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 […]
October 10, 2018

Washington Principle #6: 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 […]