A further 60 art works have been found hidden away by an elderly German recluse – this time at his Austrian home in Salzburg
Cornelius Gurlitt’s father dealt in art some of which had probably been confiscated by the Nazis.
Over 1400 works which include Picassos and Monets have already been found at Gurlitt’s home in Munich.
The original haul has been valued at over 1 billion euros. The second treasure trove has yet to be assessed.
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