Heir Awarded $1.43 Million by Hague for Goering-Looted Part of Old Master
August 15, 2011 – Media Mention
Our representation of the heir of a Jewish art dealer whose gallery was looted by the Nazis, and the heir's $1.43 million settlement with The Hague city government, are noted. Our client, Marei von Saher, daughter-in-law to and heir of Jacques Goudstikker, entered into the settlement concerning the Jan Steen painting, “The Wedding Night of Tobias and Sarah," which hangs in the Bredius Museum in The Hague. The painting had been split into segments, with The Hague owning one segment, before being reunited by restorers in 1996, and the settlement allows the painting to remain as one work.