David Olère (1902 – 1985, Polish-born French) ~ "In the gas chamber" ~ As a Jew, David Olère was deported to Auschwitz, where he was forced to work in the gas chambers and crematorium. His work, based on personal experience, has exceptional documentary value. Needless to say that, in their tragic cruelty, his drawings and paintings are highly explicit.
Heidi Winner did a concentration project for Advanced Placement Studio Art that concerned the Holocaust of WWII. Her grandfather lived through a concentration camp and these are the works she did about that.
Artist, Helga Weissova-Hoskova, was imprisoned in the Thereisenstadt Ghetto of WWII. In she created this art, entitled: "Women and Children Being Sent on a Transport from the Terezin (Theresienstadt) Ghetto.
Micyslaw Koscielniak art: Already a prominent artist He was arrested in 1941 and sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp. His camp number was 15261. In the camp he drew about 300 paintings depicting the everyday life of prisoners. His work is currently displayed in the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.
Haunting sketches of daily life at a Nazi concentration camp reveal prisoners' incredible endurance in the face of terrible suffering
Sometimes visual imaginary and representations of the people involved in a story can help to emotionally engage the visitor. The Hall of Names, Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum in Jerusalem, Israel