Jonathan Petropoulos expects that, within the next month or so, the Web sites of American art museums will provide lists of those works in their collections that contain gaps in their World War II/Holocaust provenances. Among the institutions that should post the data is the St. Louis Art Museum, which owns 102 paintings whose whereabouts sometime during the years 1933-1945 in Europe are unknown, years in which the Third Reich made art plunder a part of... More >>>