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Ella Liebermann,16 years old. From Bedzin's Ghetto in Poland during the…

16 years old. Children were torn out from the arms of their mothers. Bedzin’s Ghetto.

Holocaust Art

Holocaust Art

David Olère (1902 – 1985, Polish-born French) ~ "A Mother And A Child At The Barrel Of A Machine Gun" ~ 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.

Mother and daughter through the machine gun barrel - a drawing by David Olère.

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.

David Olère (1902 – 1985, Polish-born French)

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.

Art of the Holocaust (teaching ideas with links)

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.

The Holocaust Museum's New Exhibit Tells a Beautiful Story  - Art Attack

Last week the Holocaust Museum opened two exhibits that brought to life the painful memories shared by first and second-generation families of the.

Artist, Helga Weissova-Hoskova, was imprisoned in the Thereisenstadt Ghetto of WWII. In 1963, she created this art, entitled: "Women and Children Being Sent on a Transport from the Terezin (Theresienstadt) Ghetto."

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.

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.

The prisoners wearily look into the distance as they are sketched. The discovery of drawings will now go on a travelling tour of Europe

Haunting sketches of daily life at a Nazi concentration camp reveal prisoners' incredible endurance in the face of terrible suffering

The prisoners wearily look into the distance as they are sketched. The discovery of drawings will now go on a travelling tour of Europe

A Polish Family From Warsaw, Slaughtered By The SS Trooper George In The Birkenau Camp

David Olère (1902 – 1985, Polish-born French)

A Polish Family From Warsaw, Slaughtered By The SS Trooper George In The Birkenau Camp

'A Street in the Women’s Camp', painting by Janina Tollik  ~  Women in the cold, in the women's camp at Auschwitz II-Birkenau, B1A, probably just before the Appel, or Roll Call.  The only well-fed woman is the CAPO.  Capos were the supervisors who held the power of life or death over their charges.  Many were brutal, even beating inmates to death.  Some others helped the prisoners when they could, though this was difficult and perilous.

Janina Tollik art depicting the women's camp in Birkenau

Short story about Dina Gottliebova Babbitt, an artist who survived two years at Auschwitz by painting portraits for the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele. This faithful adaptation of the six-page comic created by the David S. Wyman Institute For Holocaust Studies combines illustrations by Neal Adams, motion graphics, and music to bring the story to life. Introduction by comic book legend Stan Lee.

Experience the amazing true story of Dina Gottliebova Babbitt, an artist who survived two years at Auschwitz by painting portraits for the infamous Dr.

I saw the one in DC and it was much smaller and still quite moving I can only imagine the impact this one would have one people. So worth seeing regardless of if you are jewish or not.

Holocaust Memorials Around The World

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

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