On the heels of a shocking report last month that artworks stolen from Holocaust victims were returned to Nazis and their families after World War II, the Bavarian Parliament art committee, Kunstausschuss, has demanded an accounting from government officials on the extent of the system to resell art to Nazi families and a count of

Raphael’s Portrait of a Young Man, looted by the Nazis in 1939 and missing since 1945, has been rediscovered in a bank vault in an undisclosed location.  The painting, which dates to 1513-1514 and is widely considered the most important work still missing since the war, was confiscated from the Czartoryski family collection in