“Last Portrait: Painting for Posterity” at Yad Vashem

On the eve of Int’l Holocaust Remembrance Day “Last Portrait: Painting for Posterity” is unveiled at Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum presenting some 200 portraits drawn by 21 artists in the face of death. Jerusalem, Israel. 22nd January 2012.

Portrait series by Jiri Valdstyn-Karlinsky on display in “Last Portrait: Painting For Posterity”. Valdstyn was commissioned to paint for the S.S. in Theresienstadt therefore had access to painting materials. Jerusalem, Israel. 22nd January 2012.

Curator Eliad Moreh-Rosenberg speaks passionately of “Last Portrait: Painting for Posterity” as exhibition is unveiled at Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum on the eve of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Jerusalem, Israel. 22nd January 2012.

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