BERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 18: (EDITOR'S NOTE: Quality from source). This handout photo provided by the Lost Art Koordinierungsstelle Magdeburg, the German government agency charged with documenting ... more 
BERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 18: (EDITOR'S NOTE: Quality from source). This handout photo provided by the Lost Art Koordinierungsstelle Magdeburg, the German government agency charged with documenting and ascertaining the origins of artworks appropriated by the Nazis between 1933 and 1945, shows the painting "Lady in a Loge" by Otto Dix on November 18, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The work is among 25 shown on the Lost Art website and among the approximately 1,400 works German authorities confiscated from the Munich residence of Cornelius Gurlitt, son of Hildebrand Gurlitt, an art dealer who worked for the Nazis. (Photo by Lost Art Koordinierungsstelle Magdeburg) less 
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