Catherine Hickley

Catherine Hickley

Catherine Hickley reported on arts and culture from Berlin for Bloomberg News for eight years, and became the leading journalist worldwide in the field of Nazi stolen art.

When the German authorities revealed they had seized an incredible hoard of works by artists including Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Edgar Degas, Otto Dix and Albrecht Duerer in the Munich apartment of the reclusive Cornelius Gurlitt, Catherine started writing her book on the subject. This fascinating story is one of the great tales of Twentieth Century art.

For Arcadia Books she has translated THE ANGELS OF PAUL KLEE

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