Max Stern


The remarkable story of Max Stern’s ’Women of Weinsberg’ painting and its unusual recovery

A small German town, the Max Stern estate and how an art world diplomatic coup unfolded
Seven Old Master and Nineteenth Century paintings that were looted by the Nazi's are unveiled at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, May 20, 2009. Three university beneficiaries of the Estate of Max Stern marked the fifth anniversary of the Max Stern Art Restitution Project by unveiling the Girl from the Sabine Mountains (far right) by Franz-Xavier Winterhalter (1805-1873) which was returned after an ownership dispute was won in American federal courts. (Christinne Muschi/Reuters)

Backlash as Max Stern exhibit dubbed ’Too Canadian’ for Dusseldorf

A German mayor’s meddling in a landmark show on Max Stern’s Nazi art loss has a new focus: downplaying its Montreal roots

Max Stern: Head of the house that art built

From 1966: Max Stern has grown rich making Canadian painting richer