Madeleine Spence (2021). £75m Klimt masterpiece stolen by Nazi from his Jewish lover is returned to her family at last. The Sunday Times. 28 March.
RAPSI (2021). Ex-Culture official charged with Hermitage Museum embezzlement extradited from Austria. RAPSI. 25 March.
Police Nab a Suspect in the Brazen Theft of a Renoir From a Vienna Auction House—But Others Remain at Large( )
Henri Neuendorf (2018). Police Nab a Suspect in the Brazen Theft of a Renoir From a Vienna Auction House—But Others Remain at Large. ArtNet News. 13 December.
Colin Moynihan (2018). The Nazi Downstairs: A Jewish Woman's Tale of Hiding in Her Home. The New York Times. 5 October.
AFP (2018). 'Golden cabbage' leaves stolen off Vienna landmark. The Local. 25 April.
Allison McNearney (2018). How Gustav Klimt's Unfinished 'Ria Munk III' Finally Escaped the Nazis. The Daily Beast. 7 April.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Should museums display human remains from other cultures?. The Art Newspaper. 8 January.
World Museum, Vienna, Re-Opens: Renovated Premises For Cultural Objects Of Others But No Solution For Restitution.( )
Kwame Opoku (2017). World Museum, Vienna, Re-Opens: Renovated Premises For Cultural Objects Of Others But No Solution For Restitution.. Modern Ghana. 27 November.
A. Markis (2017). Twenty Six Antiquities to Be Repatriated from Austria. Greek Reporter. 19 November.
The Straits Times (2017). The tricky process of returning Nazi-looted art. The Straits Times. 6 November.
Claire Voon (2017). Photographing Museum Visitors Behaving Badly. Hyperallergic. 2 November.
Melissa Eddy (2017). Hidden Treasures of Nazis' Art Dealer Finally Go on Display. The New York Times. 1 November.
SwissInfo (2017). Feather thief behind bars after CHF6 million museum raids. SwissInfo. 5 July.
Rachel Corbett (2017). Austrian court rules in favour of Franz West's family in legal battle over estate. The Art Newspaper. 27 June.
Malcolm Gay (2017). After decades-long saga, Lexington family settles claim for Nazi-looted art. The Boston Globe. 28 May.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Rare historic coins return to Salzburg Museum 70 years after they were looted. The Art Newspaper. 25 May.
'It's not for moral reasons': Owner withdraws Nazi-looted painting from auction after receiving threats( )
Nina Siegal (2017). 'It's not for moral reasons': Owner withdraws Nazi-looted painting from auction after receiving threats. National Post. 27 April.
Cleve Wootson (2017). A painting stolen by Nazis is up for auction despite a Jewish familys demand for its return. The Washington Post. 24 April.
Kate Connolly (2017). Nazi-looted painting to be auctioned as owners' heirs fail to halt sale. The Guardian. 23 April.
JTA (2017). Online ad leads Vienna couple to buy ancient Jewish headstone for $300. JTA. 7 April.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Police Recover 67 Works Stolen in $2.6 Million Vienna Art Heist. ArtNet News. 15 March.
AFP (2017). Ex-owner of Hitler house sues Austria. Art Daily. 1 February.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Returns $500,000 Looted Signac Painting. ArtNet News. 9 December.
On the traces of works of art stolen by the Nazis
Dominique Scali (2016). Sur les traces d'œuvres d'art volées par les nazis. Journal de Montreal. 20 November.
Christopher D. Shea (2016). Austrian Authorities Thwart Group Trying to Sell Fake Picassos. The New York Times. 8 November.
STA (2016). Slovenian busted in Austrian investigation into art forgery. STA. 7 November.
Erik Stokstad (2016). Turkish government shuts down important archaeological dig, apparently to punish Austria. Science. 6 September.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Director of Vienna's Belvedere Museum Dismissed Over Misconduct. ArtNet News. 28 July.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Austrian City Must Pay $9 Million Compensation Over Lost Schiele and Klimt Works. ArtNet News. 27 July.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Austrian Supreme Court Accuses Franz West Private Foundation Of Embezzlement. ArtNet News. 14 June.
The Local (2016). Austria returns Nazi stolen art to French heirs. The Local. 28 April.
Sarah Cascone (2016). Old Master Painting Pulled from Auction After French Government Inquiry. ArtNet News. 13 April.
The Algemeiner (2016). Viennese Leopold Museum to Return Nazi-Looted Paintings to Jewish Owner. The Algemeiner. 7 April.
Rachel Corbett (2016). Long battle rages over Franz West's estate. The Art Newspaper. 4 March.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Austria Appeals $9 Million Compensation Verdict in Missing Klimt and Schiele Case. ArtNet News. 3 March.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Austrian Restitution Law Criticized For Failing to Regulate Trade of Looted Art. ArtNet News. 11 January.
Shlomo Rizel (2016). From Auschwitz to Israel, the Saga of a Long-Lost Mini-Torah. Chabad.org. 11 January.
Uri Blau (2016). Who Owned 'Vexed Man' Sculpture During WWII? Austrian Dispute Hits Getty Museum. Haaretz. 8 January.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Lost Nazi-Looted Jean-Antoine Houdon Bust Returns to Poland after 75 Years. ArtNet News. 21 December.
Found: 'Priceless' 18th century 'Bust of the Goddess Diana' looted by the Nazis in WWII returned to Warsaw's Royal Lazienki Palace( )
Ed Wight (2015). Found: 'Priceless' 18th century 'Bust of the Goddess Diana' looted by the Nazis in WWII returned to Warsaw's Royal Lazienki Palace. The Daily Mail. 18 December.
Erin Parke (2015). Stolen ancestral remains repatriated to Western Australia after years of negotiations. ABC Australia. 21 November.
The Local (2015). Looted ancient statue returned to Egypt. The Local. 16 November.
Julia Michalska (2015). Looted marble bust returned to Poland. The Art Newspaper. 2 November.
Henry Foy (2015). Nazi claims spur fight between Vienna and Krakow over Bruegel. Financial Times. 21 October.
Laura C. Mallonee (2015). Should There be a Statute of Limitations on Nazi-Looted Art?. Hyperallergic. 8 April.
Adam Lushner (2015). Curator calls for time limit on returning art looted by the Nazis. The Independent. 30 March.
Stephen Applebaum (2015). How we won the Austrian art war. The Jewish Chronicle. 26 March.
Artlyst (2015). El Greco Masterpiece Stolen By The Nazis Returned To Rightful Owners. Artlyst. 24 March.