Tip of the Iceberg. The Museum für Deutsche Geschichte and the castle “Zur Fröhlichen Wiederkunft”
The expression “tip of the iceberg” implies that only a small part of a problem or a context is discernible and will catch the eye. The much greater part of the iceberg – or problem – remains hidden at first. In this third article in our series on the occasion of the Day of Provenance Research, Christopher Jütte proceeds from his own research experience to show that provenance researchers are often confronted with such “icebergs”.