One man has become a behind-the-scenes force in the international art world after securing the return of art looted by the Nazis to the descendants of its original Jewish owners. The return of ‘Seated Woman’ by Henri Matisse to the Rosenberg family was his work. So was the restoration of ‘A Portrait of a Gentleman’, by 16th-century artist El Greco, to the descendants of Jewish banker and art collector Julius Priester. Two years after founding Art Recovery Group, a private company specialising in finding and recovering stolen, missing or looted art, he has been dubbed ‘Sherlock Holmes’ in the specialist press. ‘My staff makes fun of that actually,’ said Christopher

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