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RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE, MANDATORY CREDIT OF THE ARTIST, TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION The artist Nana Dix, grand daughter of the German painter Otto Dix, poses with private photographs in front of her own works in her studio in Munich, southern Germany, on November 21, 2013. In an interview with AFP Nana Dix asks German authorities to publish the 1,406 works being seized in February 2012 at the Munich's flat of Cornelius Gurlitt, son of German art collector Hildebrand Gurlitt, an art dealer tasked by the Nazis with selling confiscated, looted and extorted art works in exchange for hard currency. Previously unknown masterpieces by modernist painter Otto Dix are among a vast trove of works believed stolen by the Nazis and uncovered in Gurlitt's flat. AFP PHOTO CHRISTOF STACHE (Photo credit should read CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/Getty Images)
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RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE, MANDATORY CREDIT OF THE ARTIST, TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION The artist Nana Dix, grand daughter of the German painter Otto Dix, poses with private photographs in front of her own works in her studio in Munich, southern Germany, on November 21, 2013. In an interview with AFP Nana Dix asks German authorities to publish the 1,406 works being seized in February 2012 at the Munich's flat of Cornelius Gurlitt, son of German art collector Hildebrand Gurlitt, an art dealer tasked by the Nazis with selling confiscated, looted and extorted art works in exchange for hard currency. Previously unknown masterpieces by modernist painter Otto Dix are among a vast trove of works believed stolen by the Nazis and uncovered in Gurlitt's flat. AFP PHOTO CHRISTOF STACHE (Photo credit should read CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/Getty Images)
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November 21, 2013
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