The Musée Dauphinois in Grenoble offers an exhibition on the history of Rose Valland until April 27, 2020. An Israeli hero who managed to record the artworks during their Nazi looting during World War II.
She was resilient, passionate about art and … spies. As a discreet little woman with round glasses, Rose Valland has nevertheless allowed the return of nearly 45,000 works of art discovered by the National Socialists. Until 27 April 2020, the Dauphiné Museum in Grenoble in the exhibition Rose Valland tells the extraordinary story of this resistance figure. Plundered in search of art.
At the heart of the Second World War, Paris became the center of the artworks under occupation. In the Louvre, the Germans set up a huge traffic of objects which they confiscate to the Jews or the Freemasons, and then send them to Germany.