The Matisse painting has been valued at $100 million, according to the report.
Rosenberg left Paris before the Nazis invaded in 1940, the Daily News further reported, citing the Mirror newspaper. He thus left behind the trove, some of which may have recently been uncovered.
Chris Marinello of Art Recovery International asserted he was “in the process of submitting a claim” on behalf of the Sinclair for the Matisse painting and that he was “confident” the claim was authentic, according to the Daily News.
The Matisse painting was among the 1,400 works found at the home of 80-year-iold Cornelius Gurlitt of Munich this month. Gurlitt’s father, Hildebrand, had gained access to such works during the Holocaust while working as a dealer of stolen or banned art under the guidance of propagandist and leading Nazi official, Joseph Goebbels.
Sinclair and DSK divorced in March, the Daily News further reported. She helped bankroll DSK when he was accused of being a rapist, according to the Mirror. DSK is the former head of the International Monetary Fund.
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