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After accepting the legacy of Cornelius Gurlitt, next steps are being taken after the Kunstmuseum Bern, the German Federal Government, and the Free State of Bavaria signed the agreement in Berlin on 24 November, 2014, and thus formally sealed it. As promised by the Kunstmuseum Bern, in the interests of transparency it is now making public the lists of the artworks that were discovered in Cornelius Gurlitt’s flat in the Schwabing district of Munich and his house in Salzburg.

The Kunstmuseum Bern is actively fulfilling its obligations after accepting the Gurlitt legacy. In consultation with the parties of the agreement and the task force of Schwabing Art Trove, the Kunstmuseum management has decided to release the lists of the artworks discovered in Schwabing and Salzburg as a first step.

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