Now that the German authorities have discovered the billion-dollar art
trove Cornelius Gurlitt hid in his tiny Munich apartment for decades, it may take
just as long to determine who has the rights to the art.
The collection includes the Matisse seen here and the paintings on the following slides.
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inherited the 1,400-plus works of art from his father, Hildebrant Gurlitt, one
of Hitler's leading art dealers –- a fact that indicates at least some of it was
looted during the dictator's reign.
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Morley Safer reports the story of
the largest cache of missing art since WWII and the battle over its
ownership in the 60 Minutes report "Discovered."