In , Mr. Patricia Teter, from the Getty Research Institute. Teter has more than 16 years of experience focused on provenance issues, of which the past six have concentrated on Nazi looting. Edsel and Ms. Teter sought to confirm their documentation by examining the paintings, which occurred on April 30, To the surprise of Meadows Museum officials, who readily made the paintings available for examination, the Nazi ERR code was visible on the stretcher of Saint Justa it appeared that the Nazi ERR code had been rubbed off the same position on the stretcher of Saint Rufina.
Edsel subsequently provided a copy of the research that his team had compiled to Meadows Museum officials. He urged them, and other University officials, to make a joint announcement about these findings to serve as a source of encouragement for all museums to comply with these important guidelines. In recent months, as Mr. Edsel was completing research for his newly released book about the Monuments Men, he discovered that one of the key figures, Monuments officer Lt. Rorimer, was the person who actually located one of the two stolen Murillo paintings, Saint Justa.
In his book, Mr. Works of art could no longer be thought of in ordinary terms—-a roomful, a car load, a castle full, were the quantities we had to reckon with. Edsel was also the co-producer of a documentary film entitled The Rape of Europa , based on the definitive book about Nazi looting by scholar Lynn H. Edsel is a graduate of Southern Methodist University , served as a Meadows Advisory Board member from , and has been a financial donor and lender to the Museum prior to these developments.
He played an instrumental role in the passage of a Resolution by both Houses of Congress, on June 6, , which for the first time recognized by the United States the service of all or so Monuments officers from 13 nations. In November , Mr. To see his full biography, see Board of Trustees — to learn more about the Monuments Men Foundation, visit the web site. A few of the seniors look over the display of announcements in the main nail. Bemiss Boys' Fed. Treasure 4; Pins and Points Chrmn. I, 2, 3, 4; Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4.
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