A combination of two formerly unknown paintings by German artist Otto Dix are beamed to a wall November 5, 2013, in an Augsburg courtroom during a news conference
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Nazi-stolen art: German man says he owns pictures

A German man who has been holding 1,400 art works, many believed to have been stolen by the Nazis, says he will not give them up voluntarily.

Cornelius Gurlitt told German news magazine Der Spiegel that the paintings, estimated to be worth $1.35bn (£846m), were acquired legally by his father.

Steven Evans reports.

  • 17 Nov
  • From the section Europe
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