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Hannelore Baron

Untitled (C-84125), 1984

Acrylic, ink, paper and fabric on fabric
5 3/4 × 16 1/4 in
14.6 × 41.3 cm
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International Collage Center
Milton
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Collection International Collage Center

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© Estate of Hannelore Baron / Image provided by International Collage Center
Hannelore Baron
German-American, 1926–1987
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Hannelore Baron is best known for her intricate and deeply personal abstract collages and box …

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Hannelore Baron is best known for her intricate and deeply personal abstract collages and box assemblages. A Holocaust survivor, Baron fled Nazi Germany with her family, eventually moving to New York in the 1940s. She drew from this history, and from her experiences of suffering periodic depression, to produce …

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About the work
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International Collage Center
Milton
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Collection International Collage Center

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© Estate of Hannelore Baron / Image provided by International Collage Center
Hannelore Baron
German-American, 1926–1987
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Hannelore Baron is best known for her intricate and deeply personal abstract collages and box …

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Hannelore Baron is best known for her intricate and deeply personal abstract collages and box assemblages. A Holocaust survivor, Baron fled Nazi Germany with her family, eventually moving to New York in the 1940s. She drew from this history, and from her experiences of suffering periodic depression, to produce …

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Hannelore Baron

Untitled (C-84125), 1984

Acrylic, ink, paper and fabric on fabric
5 3/4 × 16 1/4 in
14.6 × 41.3 cm
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