The Central Registry for Looted Art runs www.lootedart.com, a searchable database of artworks looted by the Nazis in western Europe in the 20th century. Its work includes documenting the fate of families, works of art and institutions, monitoring the extent of implementation of the Washington Principles and other national and international policy developments, providing guidance and orientation for families, institutions, the art trade, and the academic community, and conducting original research and publishing primary sources on the cultural spoliation of Europe in the Nazi era.
Some of the activities we've carried out for this customer include:
Email newsletters: LootedArt.com sends a weekly news round-up using the Oxebiz system to collect, organise, and distribute information.
Resource libraries: The Looted Art website has a large database of historical documents relating to Nazi appropriation of art.
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