Gurlitt Case :

18 July 2016: Further 91 pieces in Cornelius Gurlitt art collection likely to be looted

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18 July 2016: The government-backed German Lost Art Foundation researching the Gurlitt collection has identified a further 91 works of art that it says may have been looted from Jewish owners. The press announcement on Monday was issued only in German and provides no details of the 91 works in question. They are however apparently amongst a list of 189 works in the Salzburg collection of Cornelius Gurlitt, also only in German, and not individually identifiable. There is no review of the works available nor any summary.

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