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Josef Herman RA

Study for 'In Memory of the Fighters for the Warsaw Ghetto', 1986

Pen and ink and wash on paper
18 × 16 in
45.7 × 40.7 cm
This is a unique work.
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Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
London
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Immigrated to Glasgow, Scotland 1940

Herman was born into a working-class Jewish family in Warsaw, …

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Immigrated to Glasgow, Scotland 1940

Herman was born into a working-class Jewish family in Warsaw, leaving for Brussels in 1938, due to rising antisemitism. Following the German invasion of Belgium in 1940, he fled again through France to Scotland. In Glasgow he was reunited with Jankel Adler, who nursed him through a …

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Immigrated to Glasgow, Scotland 1940

Herman was born into a working-class Jewish family in Warsaw, …

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Immigrated to Glasgow, Scotland 1940

Herman was born into a working-class Jewish family in Warsaw, leaving for Brussels in 1938, due to rising antisemitism. Following the German invasion of Belgium in 1940, he fled again through France to Scotland. In Glasgow he was reunited with Jankel Adler, who nursed him through a …

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Image rights
© Josef Herman estate

Josef Herman RA

Study for 'In Memory of the Fighters for the Warsaw Ghetto', 1986

Pen and ink and wash on paper
18 × 16 in
45.7 × 40.7 cm
This is a unique work.
Permanent collection
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