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Tag Archives: WWII art

Encore!

Jan

16

Did you miss the lecture from the Cummer Museum’s Chief Curator Holly Keris on Tuesday evening? Back by popular demand… A special evening exploring the issue of Nazi Art Looting from the perspective of museums like the Cummer Museum, who are playing a leadership role in restitution. Due to the overwhelming demand of the Nazi […]

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What happened to looted art during WWII?

Dec

17

You might be familiar with a recent story on the cover of Folio Weekly about stolen art and how it relates to the Cummer Museum. In recent years the Museum has learned of the unexpected provenance of a Meissen porcelain piece, as well as the Vanitas painting that hangs in the Semmes Gallery at the […]

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