When a forgotten mural painted by the Jewish-Polish artist Bruno Schulz was rediscovered in 2001 a string of legal issues were unravelled. Who could rightfully claim ownership to this work of art? Was it the Holocaust museum Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, because Schulz was a Jew killed by the Nazis? Or Ukraine on whose sovereign soil it had been found? Or Poland whose citizen Schulz had been?*  

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Read a tale of Bruno Schulz's mural in the fantastic article by LL.D Merima Bruncevic: the-lost-mural-of-bruno-schulz-a-critica.pdf


The Article was initially published in Law Critique (2011) 22:79–96, DOI 10.1007/s10978-010-9077-7, Published online: 18 December 2010, Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2010

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