Monday, September 25, 2023

I Heart Picasso

Two famed early works by Pablo Picasso will stay at the Guggenheim Museum and MoMA after both institutions reached an out-of-court settlement over a lawsuit alleging the previous owner was forced by the Nazis to sell his artworks in the 1930s.

In a joint statement announcing the settlement, the museums said the continued ownership of the masterpieces “ensures that members of the public _ including millions of visitors, students, scholars, and others _ will continue to enjoy them for generations to come.”

More from The Boston Globe and The Washington Post.


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