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Photograph of, James J. Rorimer, a Harvard-educated medieval art specialist first hired by the Metropolitan in 1927. One of the original Monument Men

Rorimer, a Harvard-educated medieval art specialist first hired by the Metropolitan in One of the original Monument Men

Not only did the Nazi's hide art, but they also hid bodies. Pictured; the coffin of Frederick the Great as it was found, draped with a Nazi flag, in a salt mine, May 1, 1945. The caskets of former Weimar President Paul von Hindenburg and his wife were found there too. The Germans had hidden them to conceal them from the approaching Russian troops. When the war ended, US troops made it to the mine first.

When the movie “Monuments Men” opens today, there’s one macabre story you won’t see on the silver screen. Not only did the Nazi hide art, but they also hid bodies! In this case, they hid the remains.

Selfie en los museos

The Museum of Selfies project was started by Danish art director Olivia Muus when she visited the National Gallery of Denmark in Copenhagen.

Germany Repatriates Gold Sooner, Prepared for Euro Crisis    Η Γερμανία προτοιμάζεται για την κ...

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The 80s Figurative Painting in West Germany [Städel Museum]

The Figurative Painting in West Germany [Städel Museum]

Dali Cell Phone

Gallery of photoshopped pictures via Freaking News

Manet, Edouard - Portrait of Emile Zola - Émile Zola - Wikipedia

Manet, Edouard - Portrait of Emile Zola - Émile Zola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Degas, The Family Portrait, Musee de Orsay, saw today at an exhibit at the Kimball Art Museum, in FW, Texas

Edgar Degas La famiglia Bellelli, Olio su tela, 200 x 250 cm Musée d'Orsay, Parigi —

Bouguereau Taking a Selfie

Living in the Age of Narcissism – Alex Billington – Medium

Monuments Men (from left to right) George Stout, Sgt. Travese, Walker Hancock, and Lt. Kovalyak at the excavation of Bernterode. George Clooney plays a character based on Stout in the movie. (Walker Hancock Collection, courtesy of the Monuments Men Foundation.)

Some of the real Monuments Men at Bernterode, Germany (May George Stout (left), Walker Hancock (center right), and Steven Kovalyak (right) during the excavation of Bernterode. The soldier standing between Stout and Hancock is a Sgt.

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