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Date 2919.09.08

Special exhibition: Städtisches Museum Göttingen presents latest provenance research findings

The Städtisches Museum Göttingen today opened its special exhibition “Unter Verdacht” (Under Suspicion). Until December 8, it is presenting the initial findings of a provenance research project funded by the German Lost Art Foundation. More details: Special exhibition: Städtisches Museum Göttingen presents latest provenance research findings …

Provenienzforschung am Stadtmuseum Oldenburg (refer to: Search for Nazi-confiscated property begins in Goethe University Frankfurt library)
Date 2020.06.01

Search for Nazi-confiscated property begins in Goethe University Frankfurt library

The University Library Johann Christian Senckenberg at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main has begun to examine its historic stock for Nazi-confiscated property. The German Lost Art Foundation is funding the project over a period of two years. More details: Search for Nazi-confiscated property begins in Goethe University Frankfurt library …

Provenienzforschung am Stadtmuseum Oldenburg (refer to: German government restitutes Nazi-confiscated property)
Date 2020.05.30

German government restitutes Nazi-confiscated property

The Federal Art Administration (KVdB) has returned two Ferdinand Waldmüller paintings owned by the German government to the legal successors of the previous owner, who live in Austria. More details: German government restitutes Nazi-confiscated property …

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Date 2020.05.04

New book on the Gurlitt Art Trove

After completion of the systematic study, the German Lost Art Foundation has now released a scientific publication on the “Gurlitt Art Trove” as part of its “Provenire” series. More: New book on the Gurlitt Art Trove …

Date 2020.02.07

Greater openness and interconnectivity in provenance research: German Lost Art Foundation launches English version of its website Proveana

The German Lost Art Foundation has launched the most comprehensive provenance research database in Germany to date: Proveana, which now offers a user interface in English. At www.proveana.de, it is possible to search the results of research projects funded to date by the Foundation and its predecessor, the Bureau for Provenance Research, as well as data and reports on provenance research relating to the “Gurlitt art trove”. All information contained on the website Proveana is available in English, provenance reports are published in the original (German) version. More: Greater openness and interconnectivity in provenance research: German Lost Art Foundation launches English version of its website Proveana …

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