Austrian Billionaire and Art Collector Heidi Horten Passed Away
The most heartbreaking news was received on June 12, 2022. Austrian citizenship and was known for Philanthropy, art collector, and billionaire, Heidi Horten passed away at the age of 81. May her beautiful soul rest in peace.
She was born on February 13, 1941, in Vienna, Austria. She was the widow of businessman Helmut Horten who in 1936, founded the German department store Horten AG. She inherited a fortune from her husband.
She met her husband when she was 19 in a bar in Austria in 1959. In 1987 he died and left Horten a $1 billion fortune that has since grown. Horten’s net worth has Calculated $2.9B. Since her husband’s death, she has been remarried two times.
She sits on the board of Helmut Horten Stiftung, a charitable foundation supporting medical research and health care institutions. In 2022, Horten opened her own private museum next to Vienna’s Burggarten and showed parts of her collection.
It has been reported that she had purchased pieces by
And others all in one fell swoop and overnight she made herself a sensation almost. Heidi Horten supported right-wing extremist networks during the flowering of evolution does not affect her at all. Also in the Third Reich, there were art donors who contributed much to gas millions of people.
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Heidi Horten Passed Away
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Miles Schäfer shared his condolence and said: ”Heidi Horten, the great art collector, and sports patron is dead. However, the fact that the ORF in no way mentions the origin of their assets, which originate from Aryanization, is really frightening and shows that there is still a lot of educational work to be done in Austria.”
”Heidi Goëss-Horten left us today. A controversial figure whose love of art outshone everything. Your commitment to the local art and cultural landscape, most recently as part of the Heidi Horten Collection, will always remain in our memory.” Alexander Schallenberg who is an Austrian foreign minister shared on Twitter.
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