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Report of the Spoliation Advisory Panel in respect of a painting held by the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford

This is the forth report produced by the Spoliation Advisory Panel.

The report is about a painting attributed to Nikolaus Alexander Mair von Landshut, "portrait of a young girl in a bow window", which was sold by the owner and not the product of a sale forced by the Nazi regime, as the claimants thought.

Report of the Spoliation Advisory Panel (PDF 505kb)

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