KALI CIESEMIER-IllustrationDanielle LaPorte: white hot truth + sermons on lifeHandmade Ocean Inspired Wall Decals and Surface Graphics. Surf Art Culture. Made in the USA. HawaiiLori Joy Smith: Children’s Illustrations, Paintings & Fabric Art : Lori Joy Smith: Illustration & ArtDesign daily newsPHILIP GIORDANOSoulcare for Artists - Magpie Girl (Rachelle Mee-Chapman)Nazi trove in Munich contains unknown works by masters5 November 2013Last updated at 11:02 ET Artworks were looted from occupied countries or confiscated for being "degenerate" Previously unknown artworks by masters are among more than 1,400 pieces found in a trove of Nazi-looted art in Munich, German officials say. As slides of the paintings were shown at a news conference, an expert said the works had been seized from private individuals or institutions. Previously unregistered works by Marc Chagall, Otto Dix, Max Liebermann and Henri Matisse were found. Prosecutors said the issue of ownership was still being clarified. Continue reading the main story There is no question that the Munich trove is extremely significant, a really important discovery. The curator who has been cataloguing the collection says not only does it contain works we thought were destroyed, but some that we did not know existed. The previously unknown Chagall is an exciting discovery, a highly valuable work of art. Read more from Will 'Extraordinarily good' 'Justice denied'