Website of the German Lost Art Foundation

Date 2017.06.28

Hanover restitutes watercolor by Schmidt-Rottluff to heirs of Jewish businessman

The city of Hanover today returned “Marschlandschaft mit rotem Windrad (Das Windrad)” (Marsh Landscape With Red Windmill (The Windmill)), a 1922 watercolor by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, to the heirs of Jewish factory owners Max and Margarethe Rüdenberg. More details: Hanover restitutes watercolor by Schmidt-Rottluff to heirs of Jewish businessman …

Inventarverzeichnis Kunsthalle Mannheim (refer to: Hanover restitutes watercolor by Schmidt-Rottluff to heirs of Jewish businessman)
Rückseite des Gemäldes Meleager und Atalante, Rubens-Werkstatt, 1643. Vom 1943 bis 1945 im Besitz von Hermann Göring, heute als Leihgabe der Bundesrepublik Deutschland im Rheinischen Landesmuseum Bonn (refer to: German-American provenance research exchange (PREP))
Date 2017.09.24

German-American provenance research exchange (PREP)

The three-year “Deutsch-Amerikanische Austausch zur Provenienzforschung/German-American Provenance Exchange Program for Museum Professionals (PREP)” brings together museum experts from Germany and the US who are involved in provenance research and investigating National Socialist art theft. The German Lost Art Foundation in Magdeburg provides advice and support. More details: German-American provenance research exchange (PREP) …

* (refer to: Save the Date: Conference hosted by the German Lost Art Foundation on the subject of art theft in France)
Date 2017.05.31

Save the Date: Conference hosted by the German Lost Art Foundation on the subject of art theft in France

Each fall, the German Lost Art Foundation hosts a specialist conference. This year, noted French and German experts will give lectures on the subject of systematic art theft in France, reviewing the results of research performed on this topic in both countries under the heading "Theft & Trade. The French Art Market Under German Occupation (1940-1944)". More details: Save the Date: Conference hosted by the German Lost Art Foundation on the subject of art theft in France …

Stefan Alker, Bruno Bauer, Markus Stumpf: NS-Provenienzforschung und Restitution an Bibliotheken (refer to: Stefan Alker, Bruno Bauer, Markus Stumpf: NS-Provenienzforschung und Restitution an Bibliotheken (National Socialist provenance research and restitution in libraries))

Stefan Alker, Bruno Bauer, Markus Stumpf: NS-Provenienzforschung und Restitution an Bibliotheken (National Socialist provenance research and restitution in libraries)

This book by librarians Stefan Alker, Bruno Bauer and Markus Stumpf equips readers to examine newly acquired books or those that are being retrospectively cataloged in order to determine whether they are, or could be, Nazi-confiscated property. More details: Stefan Alker, Bruno Bauer, Markus Stumpf: NS-Provenienzforschung und Restitution an Bibliotheken (National Socialist provenance research and restitution in libraries) …