Gert Jan van den Bergh has written a critical opinion on how Nazi looted art is handled in the Netherlands. He discusses the balancing of interests applied by the Restitutions Committee. This test involves weighing the interests of the museum (often the owner of the work in question) against those of the person requesting restitution of a Nazi looted work of art. This standard also attracts a great deal of international criticism and is considered contrary to the Washington Principles.
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Gert-Jan van den Bergh and Martha Visser assisted the Lewenstein heirs in their art restitution claim regarding Kadinsky’s Bild mit Häusern