Hermann Goering’s collection of stolen artworks published for the first time

A comprehensive list of senior Nazi official Hermann Goering’s collection of confiscated art has been made public for the first time.

The handwritten catalogue details more than 1000 works of art stolen primarily from Jews throughout Nazi-occupied Europe. It lists masterpieces that range from the Renaissance to the twentieth century, including paintings by Botticelli, Durer, Van Gogh, Velasquez, Renoir and Monet, along with 250 sculptures and 168 tapestries. Continue reading