In 2013, the Mauritshuis completed a long-term project to research the possible presence of stolen art in the collection, in other words: art which with (typically) Jewish owners were forced to part in the period from 1933-1945, due to the circumstances of the time.
This includes both art confiscated by the Nazis, and art that was auctioned during the period, sold underhandedly, or put into custody. During the provenance investigation, the museum made a great effort to fill gaps in the provenance history in the period from 1933-1945 as far as possible. Long-term loans were also included in this investigation. The provenance of all objects is stated on this website.
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