Hitlers Art Thief: Hildebrand Gurlitt, the Nazis, and the Looting of Europes Treasures
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The tax evasion investigation yielded a surprising discovery, uncovering approximately 1, artworks.
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Soon after the discovery of the hoard, Cornelius passed away aged 81, leaving the artworks to the Kunstmuseum Bern. The discovery captured public interest and speculative initial estimations placed the value of the hoard at 1 billion dollars. On closer inspection, this monetary valuation was vastly overblown.
Nonetheless, the principal importance of the discovery does not lie with its price tag but rather with the insight it provides, and the questions it raises about the continuing legacy of Nazi art appropriation.
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It is on these issues that Status Report Gurlitt , the joint exhibitions of the Kunstmuseum Bern and the Bundeskunsthalle Bonn, focused. This review however principally focuses on the exhibition at the Bundeskunsthalle Bonn, which I was fortunate enough to see before it closed in March of this year now exhibited in Bern.
It displayed works from the Gurlitt hoard which have disputed or uncertain provenance - an ownership history which is not entirely clear. As of November , six works had been returned to their rightful heirs, whilst most pieces continue to undergo provenance checks and some show no current indication of having been looted. On entry, the exhibition presents the visitor with an overwhelming collage of its subjects, hitherto hidden away from public eyes.
The exhibition introduction emphasises that despite extensive research, the status of many of the works — looted or un-looted — remains to be established.
Gurlitt actively engaged with and promoted such critique in his own academic and professional work. Having moved to Hamburg and taken up directorship of the Hamburg Kunstverein, Gurlitt was again forced to resign in the summer of Forced out of the museum and galleries world, Gurlitt decided to set up his practice as an art dealer — the Kunstkabinett Dr.
Consequently, his business was put in the name of his wife to shield it from state interference.
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A member of The Commission for the Exploitation of Degenerate Art, Gurlitt worked to sell confiscated degenerate art abroad in order to generate currency for the Nazi regime. These, along with other collected works were stored in Dresden before being moved to Munich for safekeeping.
However, on the eve of allied victory, the collection was plundered by the citizens of Munich and hundreds of paintings remain missing. Comece a ler Hitler's Art Thief no seu Kindle em menos de um minuto. Ronald owns a film production company and is a screenwriter and film producer.
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Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. Compra verificada. So looking forward to this book because the story is fascinating. Total waste of time. Very poorly written with horrible circuitous sentences full of overblown and innapropriate adjectives and content mostly filler as next review explains. Editing dreadful too with no flow or logic to whole paragraphs.
'Hitler's Art Thief' is a colorful tale
Cannot imagine how St Martins let this book out. This book is poorly written and ill-conceived. About pages of sometimes questionable history and almost nothing on the interesting and reclusive figure of Cornelius Gurlit, the actual possessor of the hoard of art. As for Hildebrand's the "thief" activities during the war, the account is confused and difficult to follow. You should read "The Munich Art Hoard" instead. There is just a lot of filler in this book. Some of it, such as information about Hitler's childhood, was interesting, but there is just too much.
We didn't need to go back in German history all the way to Kaiser Wilhelm to tell this story.