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    Artworks Removed From Austria Home Of German Who Holds Huge Trove


    by Wochit

    Some 60 works of art including pictures by Monet, Picasso and Renoir, belonging to Cornelius Gurlitt, the elderly son of a Nazi-era art dealer, have been removed from his home in Salzburg, Austria, to ensure their safety, his spokesman said Tuesday. News last year that the German authorities had discovered a trove of some 1,280 artworks in Mr. Gurlitt’s Munich apartment prompted a global outcry.