New York judge awards Egon Schiele art to Holocaust heirs

New York judge awards Egon Schiele art to Holocaust heirs

London-based art dealer Richard Nagy had claimed a legal title to the works. He had exhibited the drawings at a 2015 art show in New York, where the heirs discovered the art was up for sale.

New York judge awards Egon Schiele art to Holocaust heirs

A New York judge has awarded two Nazi-looted drawings to the heirs of an Austrian Holocaust victim. The drawings – Woman Hiding Her Face and Woman in a Black Pinafore by Egon Schiele – will go to the heirs of Fritz Grunbaum, killed in Dachau concentration camp in 1941.

New York judge awards Nazi-looted artworks to Holocaust

A New York judge on Thursday awarded title of two Nazi-looted drawings by noted Austrian painter Egon Schiele to a Holocaust victim’s heirs in what art experts viewed as a key test case of a U.S

New York judge awards Egon Schiele art to Holocaust heirs

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New York judge awards Egon Schiele art to Holocaust heirs

Image copyright Egon Schiele Image caption Woman Hiding Her Face is one of the two artworks awarded to Fritz Grunbaum’s heirs A New York judge has awarded two Nazi-looted drawings to the heirs of an Austrian Holocaust victim. The drawings – Woman Hiding Her Face and Woman in a Black Pinafore by Egon Schiele – […]

NY Judge Awards Nazi-Looted Art to Holocaust Victim’s Heirs

A New York judge awarded two paintings by Gustav Klimpt protege Egon Schiele to the heirs of an Austrian Holocaust victim last Thursday, in the latest case of the return of Nazi-looted art.

New York judge awards Egon Schiele art to Holocaust heirs

New York judge awards Egon Schiele art to Holocaust heirs The ruling over Egon Schiele drawings sets a precedent for recovering artworks stolen by the Nazis. at

Judge awards Nazi-looted paintings to Holocaust victim’s

More than 400 pieces from Grunbaum’s art collection were stolen by Nazis in 1938 — 81 of which were Schiele works, according to court papers.

New York Judge Awards Nazi-Looted Artwork to Holocaust

Apr 06, 2018 · A New York judge on Thursday awarded title of two Nazi-looted drawings by noted Austrian painter Egon Schiele to a Holocaust victim’s heirs in what art experts viewed as a key test case of a U.S. law designed to ease the recovery of such stolen works.