PROVENANCE INTERNET PORTAL PROJECT
Provides a searchable registry of objects in U.S. museum collections
that changed hands in Continental Europe during the Nazi era
A database of looted art on behalf of Holocaust survivors and
for Art Recovery
Reuniting works of art looted by the Nazis during World War II
with their rightful owners and/or heirs.
Museum Provenance Research (1933-45)
Research on the history of ownership of works in the collection
during the Nazi Era (1933-1945).
Commission on Holocaust Assets in the US
Conducts research on the fate of assets taken from Holocaust
victims that came into possession of private, corporate, state
and federal organizations of the U.S. and advises the President
on policies to make restitution to the rightful owners of stolen
property or their heirs.
Helps heirs of Holocaust victims recover family assets unjustly
confiscated by the Third Reich.
and Records Administration
Holocaust-Era Assets, Records and Research
An international standard for describing cultural objects. Developed
through the collaboration of the art community and law enforcement
An index of Cultural Property Loss websites that list losses
IFAR - International Foundation for Art Research
Offers information on authenticity, ownership, theft, legal and ethical issues concerning art.
LAPD- Art Theft Unit
Investigates thefts and burglaries of fine art as well as fakes,
frauds, and forgeries involving art.
National Stolen Art File
A partial listing of the objects registered in the National Stolen
Foundation for Art Research
Information on authenticity, ownership, theft, and other artistic,
legal, and ethical issues concerning art objects.
Gallery of Art
World War II Provenance Research