289. Friedl Dicker-Brandeis (Austrian, 1898-1944)

clockwise from top left
    1. Portrait of a Standing Man in Black Coat and HatJewish Museum in Prague
    2. Portrait of a Young Woman with a Lace Collar, 1940-1944, pastel on paper, Jewish Museum in Prague
    3. Begonia at the Window, c. 1934-1936, tempera on paper, Jewish Museum in Prague
    4. Reader, Jewish Museum in Prague
    5. Landscape around Hronov (Landscape with Agricultural Mechanism), Jewish Museum in Prague
    6. StationJewish Museum in Prague
Friedl Dicker-Brandeis on Wikipedia
“Coping through Art: Friedl Dicker-Brandeis and the children of Theresienstadt” from Yad Vashem The World Holocaust Remembrance Center
Children's Drawings from the Terezín Ghetto” from Jewish Museum in Prague
Keeping Creativity Alive, Even in Hell” from The New York Times
Collage generated using BeFunky


Carlos V said…
Thanks for writing tthis

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