Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist

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Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist

Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist
Rare Original German Impression Oil on Canvas’The Empty Chair’ by. 1942 Murdered in the holocaust at. Oil on canvas painting, by Anna Heidtmann (Nee Bacherach) Circa 1930s -‘The Empty Chair’ Good overall condition, varnish. Paint flakes / loss commensurate with clear photographs. Anna was born in Kassel, Hessen Germany and was murdered in. She lived in Berlin in a residence on. Plaque at this address, her last. This is a view from that apartment. Whilst researching this painting we have. Photocopies (NOT ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS – THESE ARE HELD INARCHIVES) of various documents relating to Anna and her fate, we will include these photocopies with the painting for your. A sample of these is pictured in the gallery. Bottle of wine shown is not included in the sale, shown to give and idea of scale. Contemporary / modern frame, in good condition, small exhibition. Approx Frame Size: 33″ x 25″ Inches. Approx Canvas Size: 27.5″ x 19.5″ Inches. Symbolism of the Empty Chair in Art. Anna’s choice of subject matter – an empty chair is. Become her own memorial. Fielding in his art blog sums up the idea exceptionally well – he writes… Symbolism of the Empty Chair in Art can imply human occupation of space past or present. Or the absence of humans. The chair is a stand-in for people, a character to occupy an otherwise empty space. The chair can symbolize loss or the hope of a return. The chair can imply loneliness or a restful place to sit down after a long day or hike into the wilderness. A chair in a remote unexpected place can provide evidence of nearby human companionship or it can represent evidence of long-absent occupants in an abandoned space. A chair is a familiar object. One we all use every day, an object distinctly created for the human body. The chair is a physical reminder of human occupation of space, a proxy for humans not currently in the space. A chair can have character. Character based on its design, based on its location, based on its condition and even based on its placement in regard to other objects around it. A chair implies an extended commitment to a place. On a long hike you might choose a rock as a perch for a short rest but investing the time and effort in making a chair, with all of its pieces and complex joinery, is a commitment to spending time in a place, to have a meal, to talk with friends, to read the newspaper, to create a home. A chair can become a favorite. A chair can be a symbol of power from a kings throne to a seat at the head of the table. A chair can become a familiar friend in a lonely life. Published on his blog. October 27, 1942 (70). Ghetto Theresienstadt, Czech Republic (Holocaust). Daughter of David Bacharach and Henriette G├╝tchen Bacharach. Ex-wife of Karl Ludwig Heidtmann and Sali Mosbach. Sister of Ida Katzenstein; Helene Schartenberg; Hedwig Bacharach Kleinschmidt; Bertha Dannenberg and Emmy Bacharach Kann. The item “Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist” is in sale since Tuesday, June 1, 2021. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “pahlavi.london” and is located in Nailsea, . This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Artist: Anna HEIDTMANN
  • Colour: Multi-Colour
  • Style: Impressionism
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Medium: Oil
  • Date of Creation: Modern (1900-1979)
  • Surface: Canvas
  • Frame: Modern Gold Frame
  • Approx. Size of Canvas: 27.5″ x 19.5″ Inches
  • Approx Size of Frame: 33″ x 25″ Inches
  • Title of Painting: The Empty Chair
  • Year: 1930s
  • Features: Framed
  • Collection: Judaica / Jewish Art
  • Style of Painting: German Impressionist
  • Width (Inches): 25″
  • Subject: Houses
  • Genre: Holocaust Art
  • Location Depicted: Berlin, Germany
  • Originality: Original
  • Height (Inches): 33″

Rare Original Jewish Oil Painting German Impressionist Judaica Holocaust Artist