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CHASING ART: STOLEN WORKS FROM THE HOLOCAUST

Hosted by JLearn, The J

Class
Arts & Culture
History
Holocaust Education
Adults

  • Thu, Mar 24 - Thu, Apr 7
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM EDT
  • Online event

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CHASING ART: STOLEN WORKS FROM THE HOLOCAUST

Instructor: Wendy Evans

THURSDAY 10 – 11:30 AM

Class Dates: Mar 24, 31; Apr. 7 Assisted by the internet, more descendants of Jewish collectors and dealers who were either forced to sell at greatly reduced prices or had their art stolen by the Nazis, are now seeking restitution. Some of those restitutions have become famous, none more so than Gustav Klimt’s Woman in Gold. As we discuss the works that have been restituted or are under investigation, we’ll be viewing and discussing tremendous art from medieval times to works by the most famous modern artists, stolen during the Holocaust. Co-sponsored by The Zekelman Holocaust Center

Tuition: $60

How to participate

Online event

After registering, please check your email for your Registration Email. It contains the link to join the Livestream.

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Point of Contact

Dalia Keen