Two Dutch Old Master Works Set to Return to Heirs

December 12th, 2016

Two Dutch Old Master paintings are set to return to the heirs of Max Stern, a Jewish art dealer forced to sell his collection to the Nazis during World War II.  “There has been a recurrence of these works being consigned by individuals in good faith,” says Clarence Epstein, the senior director of urban and cultural affairs at Concordia. “This solution means that they can get some relief despite having a problematic artwork.”Read more at Art Newspaper