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Jewish family heir will regain title to Nazi-stolen painting of ‘Shepherdess’

By Patrick B. McGuigan OKLAHOMA CITY — The Associated Press reported today (Tuesday, February 23), that the University of Oklahoma has settled a lawsuit over ownership of a painting Nazis stole from a French Jewish family during World War II. According to her attorney, Leona Meyer of Paris, heir to the family which owned Camille […]

State Rep. Wesselhoft to host lectures on stolen Jewish art treasures

Staff Report OKLAHOMA City – State Rep. Paul Wesselhöft announced Thursday (July 9) that he will be hosting a series of lectures during the next several months to raise more awareness of a stolen Jewish painting being displayed at the Fred Jones, Jr. Museum of Art in Norman. Wesselhöft has been protesting and encouraging the […]

‘Woman in Gold’ grants humanity and dignity to Jews whose family art treasures were looted by Nazis

by Patrick B. McGuigan Publisher Moments of clarity come and go. As children, our imaginations conjure visions and hopes — that in every instance we will behave nobly, or at least reasonably so. In “Woman in Gold,” now in wide release, the film-goer sees deft portrayals of thoroughly modern women and men living in these […]

Rep. Paul Wesselhöft Invites Colleagues to Screening to Raise Awareness of Stolen Jewish Art

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY – State Rep. Paul Wesselhöft, R-Moore, has invited 86 state representatives and senators to join him for a complimentary dinner and a special screening of the film, “Woman in Gold,” at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, in the balcony of the Warren Theatre. “I want my legislative colleagues to understand the […]

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