Munich Art Hoarder

Eighty-year-old Cornelius Gurlitt hoarded art treasures which his father obtained during the Nazi period. Authorities discovered a treasure trove of modernist artworks in his Munich apartment.

Gurlitt said the pictures are the love of his life and that he’s not willing to donate them all to a museum. In fact, he expects the collection would be returned to him.

During the interview with Der Spiegel magazine, he said he have never loved anything in his life other than his pictures. He is hoping the case would be resolved quickly so he could take his pictures back.

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