Undzere farpayniḳṭe ḳinsṭler

Author Hersh Fensṭer Polish

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Undzere farpayniķţe ķinsţler is a biographical dictionary of Jewish artists in France who perished in the Holocaust, published in Yiddish in 1951. Based on survivor testimonies, Hersch Fenster documents the lives of eighty four artists. The publication provides accounts of well-known artists including Chaïm Soutine and Otto Freundlich, as well as lesser-known painters, sculptors, and illustrators.

Undzere farpayniḳṭe ḳinsṭler, Hersh Fensṭer (Polish, 1892–1964)

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