Friedl, Dicker-Brandeis, Vienna 1898- Auschwitz 1944
by Elena Makarova
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Elena Makarova presents, for the first time in book form, the art and life of renowned Holocaust artist and teacher Friedl Dicker-Brandeis. A labor of love, painstakingly researched and compiled over many years, this deluxe volume is being published in conjunction with the Simon Wiesenthal Center / Museum of Tolerance and coincides with the American opening of a worldwide traveling exhibition of the work of Dicker-Brandeis and her students. The U.S. trour began in Atlanta, November, 2001. More than a biography, the book contains over 400 color plates, including reproductions of rare art, letters and photographs gathered from museums and private collections throughout the world.
by Taylor Copeland
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