The Challenges Of Claiming Nazi-Stolen Artwork
Germany recently published details about more than 100 artworks, including pieces by Picasso and Cézanne, discovered in Munich as part of a huge stash of suspected Nazi loot. Diane and her guests discuss why so little has been done to return stolen goods to Holocaust victims and their families and what this incident means for institutions and collectors in the U.S.
author, "The Rape of Europa: The Fate of Europe's Treasures in the Third Reich and the Second World War"
director, The Phillips Collection.
Munich correspondent, The New York Times
attorney, Andrews Kurth LLP. He specializes in the recovery of stolen art.