Ukraine returns Koenigs’ drawings
But the 139 works go to Dutch State, not collector’s heirs
Princess Leonie of Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach lays claim to $820 million worth of property held in Weimar public institutions
Weimar, Cultural Capital of 1999, negotiates over its cultural treasures
The Duma overrides Yeltsin on law nationalising booty taken from Germany to the Soviet Union after World War II
Russian parliament voted last month to override President Yeltsin’s veto, putting him in a precarious political position
Ukraine returns war booty to Germany
This is in marked contrast to Russia’s tough line against any restitution of works of art taken from Nazi Germany
The Greeks on display in Venice and hidden war booty at the Hermitage
Palazzo Grassi's “Greeks in the West” exhibition is pulling in the visitors
Museums in Magdeburg and Leipzig publish lists of their missing art
Two museums in search of their history end up at the door of the Pushkin Museum
Looking at the findings of the “Spoils of War” conference
The meeting produced revelations, but little hope that the return of looted art will be eased
Archaeologists delighted as Schliemann's Trojan treasure becomes available for research
British scientists describe the new techniques which could be used to investigate the recently revealed gold and silver hoard
What future for the looted Krebs Collection?
Rumours of a Sotheby’s valuation have encouraged talk of auction
Where is the real Van Gogh’s “White House at Night”?
Fears are growing that the version in the St Petersburg is a replica
Restitution in Poland: Count recovers Leonardo’s “Lady with the Ermine” from the Communists and donates it to a foundation
Czartoryski Museum and Library converted into foundation with advice from London art dealer, Andrew Ciechanowiecki
Looted art publicly acknowledged by Soviet Minister of Culture
A commission will be set up at Gorbachev’s behest to look into cultural property removed to U.S.S.R.