Kunstmuseum Bern lists Gurlitt hoarded art acquisition

Kunstmuseum Bern, FacadeLast week the Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland agreed to accept the Cornelius Gurlitt “Collection” of hoarded works of art that German police discovered in Gurlitt’s Munich apartment and house in Salzburg back in late winter 2012 (and made public only in November 2013). In the interest of transparency, the museum has now posted lists of works found at each location. These lists include thumbnails of almost every work (note: missing from both lists are objects previously identified as those confiscated by Nazis and will be processed separately).

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