David Toren, had a claim on “Two Riders on the Beach” by German Impressionist Max Liebermann, who was also Jewish.
The paintings depicted the goddess Amentet, also known as Imentet, a minor fertility goddess as well as goddess of the dead.
Paul von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, a descendant of composer Felix Mendelssohn, sold the pastel work titled “Head of a Woman” in 1934, along with at least 15 other significant artworks. He died in 1935.
First the Rijksmuseum. Progressing along a wide boulevard toward the magnificent building I realized that historically it too, as I myself a survivor from Nazi terror, had made many journeys.
The first few tapestries were completed in December 1519, and brought to the chapel immediately thereafter. However, Raphael died in the months following and never got to see the complete collection.
The Painting was stolen days before a 1996 auction. It was found in 2015 in the estate of an elderly woman in Jerusalem after her death.
"Jacob's Ladder" depicts a Biblical scene in colors inspired by the Yom Kippur war.
‘Reality Check’ exhibit brings photorealism to Tel Aviv.
Ariel Asseo looks for redemption in both the past and the future.
Looted Nazi art on display at the Israel Museum.