Wartime Art Trade:

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Title
Art dealers involved in wartime trading in looted art in France

Description
The list below is incomplete. The spelling of the names varies.

Etienne Bignou.
Zacharias Birtschansky. Paris.
Achilles Boitl. Paris.
Brimo de la Laroussilhe. Paris.
Brosseron-Marchand Museum. Paris.
Cailleux (Art dealer). Alias: Paul de Cayeux de Sénarpont.
Paul de Cayeux de Sénarpont (Art dealer). Alias: Cailleux.
Charles Collet. He purchased art objects from the ERR confiscations.
Vicomte de la Forest-Divonne, Paris.
Mme Renée Gerard.
Paul Gouvert. Paris.
Theo Hermessen. Dutch dealer active in Paris.
Ward Holzapfel. Paris.
J.O. Leegenhoek. Paris.
Jean-François Lefranc. He was appointed the Provisional Keeper of the Schloss Collection.
Comte de Lestang. Antique dealer and regular supplier of art to the Germans in Paris.
Paul Lindpainter. Fritz Pösssenbacher's Parisian agent, acting on behalf of Martin Bormann.
Allen Loebl. (Fa. E. Gerig - Jewish Parisian Art dealer, under Göring's personal protection, for Göring and Haberstock).
Victor Mandl. Paris.
Mme Alice Manteau. Paris.
Serge Markowsky. Paris.
Wilhelm Jakob Ernst von Mohnen. German Gestapo agent in Paris.
Charles Montag. Swiss dealer active in Paris.
Yves Perdoux. Parisian antique dealer who was also an informer.
Paul Pétrides. Paris.
Gustav Rochlitz. Paris. German art dealer who sold art objects to Hermann Göring.
Isidor Rosner. Paris.
André Schoeller. France.
Jean Souffrice. Paris. Galerie Volataire.
Hans Wendland. He played a dominant role in supplying paintings for the Göring Collection, very active in France.
Mme Jane Weyll. Paris.

Source
Appendix to Guidelines (February 2001) concerning the implementation of the "Joint Declaration by the Federal Government, the Länder (Federal States) and the National Associations of Local Authorities on the tracing and return of Nazi-confiscated art, especially Jewish property" which can be downloaded from <http://www.lostart.de>

 

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