Expedition launched to find $800 million of Nazi stolen art
Published on March 29th, 2012 | by Admin1
Monets, Manets, Cezannes and masterpieces by other artists, along with sculptures, carpets and tapestries, are believed to be buried in an old silver mine near the Czech-German border, 90 minutes’ drive from the city of Dresden.
The paintings formed the bulk of the Hatvany collection, the property of Baron Ferenc Hatvany, who was a leading Hungarian-Jewish industrialist and art patron.
Story: Allan Hall, Daily Mail | Photo: AP