Provenance Information :

Museums with online Nazi-Era Provenance Information

Museums with online Nazi-Era Provenance Information

In compliance with the American Association of Museums (AAM) guidelines on the topic, museums have been working to make Nazi-era provenance information on their collections available to the public. Currently several museums have produced online lists of information for works in their collections that may have been transferred in continental Europe between 1932 and 1946.

A Nazi-Era Provenance Internet Portal , enabling access to museums that have undertaken provenance research, was opened in September 2003. 88 museums are participating in the project and the number of objects registered totals 9,201.

Some of the participating museums are also set out below:

Art Institute of Chicago

Cincinnati Art Museum

Cleveland Museum of Art

The Detroit Institute of Arts

Harvard University Art Museums

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College

J. Paul Getty Museum

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Museum of Modern Art

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

National Gallery of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art

San Diego Museum of Art

Seattle Art Museum

St. Louis Art Museum

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

The Worcester Art Museum

AAM - Nazi Era Provenance <
>, first accessed 12 March 2003. Link updated 5 July 2007.