Over $1 Billion of Art Stolen by Nazis Discovered

Over $1 Billion of Art Stolen by Nazis Discovered

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Tara Bellucci
Nov 4, 2013
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German magazine Focus reports that 1,500 paintings confiscated by the Nazis were recovered from a Munich home. The works, including pieces from Matisse, Picasso, and Chagall, are valued at €1 billion ($1.35 billion). The home belongs to Cornelius Gurlitt, the reclusive son of an art dealer, was being investigated for tax fraud when agents obtained a warrant to search his home and discovered the art.

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