Galeryst brings life to your Adobe Lightroom Albums
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Every art work deserves a space. Galeryst gives you artistic license to sync your Lightroom albums to be displayed in a 3D gallery space.
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All you need to get started is to sign in with your Adobe Id. You choose the albums to display, and watch Galeryst do the rest.
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Armand Dorville, a Jewish lawyer, died in July 1941 in France's "southern zone." The Vichy administration auctioned his collection and furniture in Nice on 24 June 1942. The sale achieved good results (8.1 million F), and the National Museums bought twelve works for 270,000 F to complete the Louvre and the Château de Compiègne collections.
After 1 November 1940, the Musée du Jeu de Paume rooms were made available to the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg to store the works of art confiscated and looted by the organisation in occupied France.
On 28 April 1941, the safe at the Banque Nationale du Commerce et de l'Industrie in Libourne, where Paul Rosenberg had kept 162 artworks, was broken into on the orders of the Devisenschutzkommando, a Nazi special looting unit.