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 Museum.
On January 13th at 7 p.m., you won’t want to miss a very interesting talk led by the Cummer Museum’s Chief Curator, Holly Keris. Join her as she discusses artwork and other cultural property looted by the Nazis during WWII and how the present day impact on the Museum. This free talk is first come, first seated and will be held in the Hixon Auditorium.