Problematyka restytucji na przykładzie rozproszenia Kolekcji Gołuchowskiej
Restitution issues as exemplified by the dispersal of the Gołuchów collection
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The article focuses on the issue of the restitution of the Gołuchów Collection, one of the most important private art collections in Poland. During World War II a large part of the Gołuchów Collection, founded by Princess Isabella Działyńska née Czartoryska (1830-1899), was looted by the Nazis and the Soviets. In the communist period (Polska Rzeczpospolita Ludowa 1945-1989), as a result of a deliberate museum policy, the surviving items of the collection were dispersed to National Museums in Cracow, Warsaw and Poznan and have remained there till now.
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