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Tainted Trove: Gurlitt’s Hidden Collection

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This episode of the six-part series Raiders of the Lost Art discusses the discovery of a large collection of missing masterpieces in the home of Cornelius Gurlitt, son of the Nazi-era art dealer, Hildebrand Gurlitt. Commissioned by the Third Reich, his father collected art for Hitler’s Fuhrermuseum and managed to save the modern art works the Nazis deemed “degenerate.” The episode explores how Hildebrand Gurlitt acquired works by Matisse and Picasso and kept them hidden from the world for more than a half century. Further information can be found here.

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