Charlotte Salomon (1917-1943)  Salomon was a German Jewish artist who, while hiding from the Nazis in the south of France, created a series of over 700 autobiographical paintings - including the self portrait here - in a two year period. She was deported to Auschwitz in 1943 where she was gassed at the age of 26 while five months pregnant.

Charlotte Salomon Self-portrait. Charlotte Salomon - was a German-Jewish artist born in Berlin and murdered in Auschwitz.

Murdered at Auschwitz, Charlotte Salomon Survives Through Her Art – The Arty Semite – Forward.com

Murdered at Auschwitz, Charlotte Salomon Survives Through Her Art – The Arty Semite –

Charlotte Salomon

Charlotte Salomon, The mother Franziska Salomom tells Charlotte about heaven, c.

Life Or Theatre ? : a dance-theater performance inspired by the art of Charlotte Salomon | French Culture

a project based on the life of Charlotte Salomon, a German-Jewish artist born in Berlin in

artist: charlotte salomon

The best website to visit, to get to know about the life and work of Charlotte Salomon, and the source of these images is the “joods historisch museum”.

Charlotte Salomon

One of Salomon’s early gouaches illustrates, in detail, her family’s eleven-room apartment, including the quarters of their servant, in the chic suburb of Charlottenburg.Courtesy the Jewish Historical Museum © Charlotte Salomon Foundation

Charlotte Salomon, Gouache from Life? or Theatre?, 1940-1942, Villefranche, France.  Collection Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam. Photo: Copyright Charlotte Salomon Foun

Charlotte Salomon: WWII Jew's life story in paint

Charlotte Salomon, Grandparents Knarre alias grandparents Grünwald

- The Characters in Life? - Contemporary Jewish Museum - Art, People, and Ideas, San Francisco, CA

Der Tod und das Madchen Charlotte Salomon 1939 Jewish Historical Museum jhm.nl

“Der Tod und das Mädchen / Gouache on paper) - Attributed to Charlotte Salomon ”

Salomon - And will return to our loves, who have now made up again.  1940-42

Salomon - And will return to our loves, who have now made up again.

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