Date and descriptive title per another print of this image in the collection of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. According to the website, scrapbookpages.com, this photograph (and the other three prints acquired at the same time by the Museum) were made by a Yugoslavian resistance fighter who was a prisoner at Dachau. The posed photographs were made immediately after liberation and offered for sale to American soldiers who visited a museum set up in Baracke X by the U.S. Army.
Date: 1880–1900; made in style of early 17th centuryMedium: Poplar back frame with applied upper moldings in walnut, ebony, and ebonized pearwood. Half-lapped back frame. Niello; crystal and lapis lazulipanels with silver leaf beneath; some with dragon's-blood glaze. Frieze: niello-bordered panels with radius-ended centers and square corners.Accession: 1975.1.2292On view in:Not on view