When she learned that the elusive drawing had shown up, the trail went white hot again for Martha Hinrichsen.
For the last 20 years, the 65-year-old Southbury resident had been searching for art that Nazis had pillaged from her grandfather, Henri Hinrichsen, nearly 75 years ago and now there was this: A drawing once owned by him had surfaced among the largest cache of looted Nazi art ever uncovered.
|Martha Hinrichsen said she believes she may finally recover a collection of art taken from her family by the Nazis. Records show the paintings and other works belonged to her Jewish grandfather. Erin Covey / Republican American|
To hear the interview with Martha Hinrichsen, click on the link below.http://www.rep-am.com/articles/2013/12/15/lifestyle/family/771261.txt