Nazi Trove Brings Dresden Holocaust Survivor’s Lost Art to Light

Nazi Trove Brings Dresden Holocaust Survivor’s Lost Art to Light

Juergen Karpinski/Staatlioche Kunstsammlungen Dresden via Bloomberg

A portrait of Dresden lawyer and art collector Fritz Glaser with his family (1925) by Otto Dix is shown in this handout photo released to the media on Nov. 12, 2013. Glaser, who was Jewish, survived the Holocaust. Part of his collection has resurfaced in a Munich apartment belonging to the son of a Nazi art dealer.