Jotabé Medeiros, 'En 1999 intensificarán en América latina la busca de arte confiscodo en la Guerra', Diario Ambito Financiero, 29 December 1998
(In 1999 the search for art confiscated during the war intensified in Latin America)
A looted painting Pierrot en masque, formerly in the collection of Paul Rosenberg, and confiscated by the Nazis in 1941, was exhibited in the 1970s in São Paulo, as the Commission for Art Recovery reported during the Washington Conference in 1998. Other looted paintings mentioned in this article were two unnamed ones by Picasso, one by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot and one by Theobald Michau. A Monet and another Picasso, both in private Brazilian collections, were identified by the Brazilian Commission for the Investigation of Nazi Assets.
Jotabé Medeiros, 'En 1999 intensificarán en América latina la busca de arte confiscado en la Guerra', Diario Ambito Financiero (29 December 1998)