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Arnold Daghani

Caricature of Hitler, 1978

Pen and ink on newspaper
This is a unique work.
Permanent collection
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Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
London
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Presented by Carola Grindea 1986

Romanian-born Jewish artist and survivor Arnold Daghani’s …

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Presented by Carola Grindea 1986

Romanian-born Jewish artist and survivor Arnold Daghani’s caricature of Hitler, made some 33 years after the end of the Second World War, references his experience as a survivor of the Mikhailowka labour camp in Ukraine, from which he and his wife, Anisoara, escaped to Budapest in …

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Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
London
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Presented by Carola Grindea 1986

Romanian-born Jewish artist and survivor Arnold Daghani’s …

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Presented by Carola Grindea 1986

Romanian-born Jewish artist and survivor Arnold Daghani’s caricature of Hitler, made some 33 years after the end of the Second World War, references his experience as a survivor of the Mikhailowka labour camp in Ukraine, from which he and his wife, Anisoara, escaped to Budapest in …

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Image rights
© Arnold Daghani estate

Arnold Daghani

Caricature of Hitler, 1978

Pen and ink on newspaper
This is a unique work.
Permanent collection
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