Art handlers with a confiscated artwork by Emil Nolde

Art handlers hold a confiscated artwork by Emil Nolde

Art handlers at the Schloss Niederschoenhausen storage depot hold a section of Emil Nolde’s confiscated “Das Leben Christi,” 1937. The Nazi regime confiscated the work as "degenerate" art.



  • US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of bpk-Bildagentur

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