With more than 12,000 works, the Yad Vashem Art Collection is the most comprehensive collection of Holocaust art in the world.
100 Holocaust-Era Artworks from Yad Vashem Displayed in BerlinLeah Goldstein
The Anguish of Liberation as Reflected in Art, 1945-1947Eliad Moreh-Rosenberg
Monuments to Jewish Rebellion and Heroism at Yad VashemOrly Ohana, Yehudit Shendar
Paintings by a Jewish Girl in HidingEliad Moreh-Rosenberg
Six Decades of Holocaust Survivors’ CreativityYehudit Shendar
Felix Nussbaum’s Famous Artwork Presented to the PopeEliad Moreh-Rosenberg, Yehudit Shendar
Wall Painting Under CoercionEliad Moreh-Rosenberg, Yehudit Shendar
Samuel Bak – 60 Years of CreativityLeah Goldstein
The End of L’Ecole de ParisEliad Moreh-Rosenberg, Yehudit Shendar
Jewish Artist and Partisan, Alexander BogenShachar Leven
Religious Life Reflected in Holocaust ArtYehudit Shendar
400-km journey from Jaworzno, the sub-camp of Auschwitz. The evacuees (the majority of whom were Jews) were taken by foot or open cattle-cars, during an especially cold and snowy winter, in one of the infamous Nazi “death marches.” These endless marches, endured by tens of thousands of prisoners, were carried out by the Germans under torturous and tightly controlled circumstances, following the liquidation of the concentration...