Monday, August 22, 2011

Holocaust-Fugitive Girl's Art Brings Tears at Yad Vashem Show

Check out this article from Bloomberg on the San Francisco Chronicle about art that was created during the Holocaust by a little girl in hiding, and that has now gone on display at the Museum of Holocaust Art at Yad Vashem:

Renata Braun (Rina Levy) (1931-1969)
Nobleman kissing the hand of a Lady, probably a scene from Aleksander Fredro’s play “The Revenge”, 1943-1944
Gouache and watercolor on paper
Collection of the Yad Vashem Art Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
Permanent loan, courtesy of the artist’s Family

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