Marei von Saher - Goudstikker Collection - Dutch Restitution
Representation of Marei von Saher in her successful efforts to recover 200 artworks looted from her father-in-law, the renowned Dutch art dealer, Jacques Goudstikker, during the Second World War. The works had been held by the Dutch Government for over 50 years.
Recovered Artworks Heading to Auction
February 22, 2007 -- The New York Times
Larry Kaye is quoted regarding the sale of more than 100 Old Master pictures from the famed Goudstikker collection by Herrick's client, Marei von Saher, Goudstikker's sole heir. Kaye notes that although the works were recovered after having been looted, they represented only a fraction of the valuable artwork that was pilfered.
An art trove, looted by the Nazis and recovered, is going on sale
February 22, 2007 -- International Herald Tribune
Larry Kaye is quoted on the recovery from the Dutch government and sale of 100 Old Master pictures from the collection of the famed Dutch art dealer Jacques Goudstikker, whose collection was looted by the Nazis. Herrick represented Goudstikker's lone heir, Marie von Saher, in the recovery of the art and its sale.
Goudstikker: 'At Long Last, Justice'
February 6, 2006 -- Herrick, Feinstein LLP
The Dutch government will finally provide a measure of justice to the family of the Jewish art dealer Jacques Goudstikker, who died in May 1940 while fleeing the Nazi invasion.