Degenerate Art’: List of 25 Works from Munich Find Made Public

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«Child at Table,» an undated watercolor by the German artist Otto Griebel (1895-1972)

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Dix 1922 watercolor: «Dompteuse» («Lion Tamer»). (Probably the most prominent member of Germany’s New Objectivity movement, Dix was known for his brusque, unsentimental depictions of Weimar society.)

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Eugène Delacroix’s undated pencil drawing «Moorish Conversation on a Terrace»

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Among the Nazi-plundered artworks are many that were created long before the 20th century — for instance this graphic print dated 1751-1800 by the Italian artist Antonio Canaletto. Entitled «S.A Giustina in Prà della Vale,» it shows a view of Padua.

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One of Auguste Rodin’s (1840-1917) works is also part of the collection. This undated drawing is called «Study of a Woman Nude, Standing, Arms Raised, Hands Crossed Above Head.»

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Marc Chagall (1887-1985), whose undated «Allegorical Scene» is reproduced here.
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Some of the works are shown above, but according to SPIEGEL ONLINE:

German authorities on Monday published a list of 25 out of roughly 1,400 artworks discovered in a Munich apartment. The move is the first step in an effort to speed research into the provenance of Nazi-era acquisitions, following international criticism of Germany’s handling of the discovery.

Authorities have publicized the names of 25 paintings out of the astounding cache of more than 1,400 artworks discovered in the Munich apartment of a reclusive collector whose father was reportedly hired to procure works for Hitler throughout Nazi-occupied Europe.

The paintings have been catalogued on Lostart.de, Germany’s Magdeburg-based central database for missing works. All of the artworks, listed here in alphabetical order, are thought to have been acquired by means «linked to Nazi persecution.»

Antonio Canaletto: «S.A Giustina in Prà della Vale» in Padua, graphic print, 1751/1800

Marc Chagall: «Allegory/Allegorical Scene,» undated painting

Hans Christoph: «Couple,» watercolor, 1924

Honoré Daumier: «Don Quixote and Sancho Panza,» painting, c. 1865

Eugène Delacroix: «Moorish Conversation on a Terrace,» undated pencil drawing

Otto Dix: «Woman in the Theater Box,» watercolor, 1922 and «Dompteuse,» watercolor, 1922

Conrad Felixmüller: «Couple in a Landscape,» watercolor, 1924

Erich Fraass: «Mother and Child,» watercolor, 1922

Bonaventura Genelli: «Male Nude», undated drawing

Ludwig Godenschweg: «Male Portrait,» undated graphic print

and «Female nude,» undated graphic print

Otto Griebel: «Child at Table,» undated watercolor

and «Veiled Woman,» watercolor, 1926

Bernhard Kretschmar: «Tram,» undated watercolor

Wilhelm Lachnit: «Girl at Table,» watercolor, 1923

and «Man and Woman in the Window,» watercolor, 1923

Max Liebermann: «Riders on the Beach,» painting, 1901

Fritz Maskos: «Thinking Woman,» graphic print, 1922

Henri Matisse: «Seated Woman/Woman Sitting in Armchair,» painting, c. 1924

Auguste Rodin: «Study of a Woman Nude, Standing, Arms Raised, Hands

Crossed Above Head,» undated drawing

Théodore Rousseau: «View of the Seine Valley,» undated drawing

Carl Spitzweg: «Playing Piano,» drawing, c. 1840

Christoph Voll: «Monk,» watercolor, 1921

and «The Master Exploder Hantsch,» drawing, 1922

http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/german-authorities-publish-list-of-25-works-from-munich-nazi-art-find-a-933146.html