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Virtual Tour of Yad Vashem’s Holocaust Art Collection Presented By The Jewish Museum of Milwaukee

Virtual Tour of Yad Vashem’s Holocaust Art Collection Presented By The Jewish Museum of Milwaukee
Feb 10 2021 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Virtual Tour of Yad Vashem’s Holocaust Art Collection Presented By The Jewish Museum of Milwaukee


Virtual Tour of Yad Vashem’s Holocaust Art Collection
This program will be shown via Zoom, please register to receive the full login information.
Date(s) - Wednesday, February 10th
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Cost: $10 

With more than 12,000 works, the Yad Vashem Art Collection is the most comprehensive collection of Holocaust art in the world. Explore art produced during the Holocaust,  discover the incredible stories of persecuted artists who risked their lives in order to leave a trace for posterity. How were these works created and how did they survive? Survey a selection of highlights from the Yad Vashem Art Collection with Eliad Moreh-Rosenberg, Curator & Art Department Director, Museums Division of Yad Vashem. 


Image: Felix Nussbaum (1904–1944), The Refugee, Brussels, 1939, oil on canvas. Collection of the Yad Vashem Art Museum.
In connection with To Paint Is To Live: The Artwork of Erich Lichtblau-Leskly, an exhibit on display at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, February 18 –  May 30, 2021.

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