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Berlin Jewish Museum Holds Youth Art Show

July 7, 1935
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An exhibition of work by Jewish artists, especially young people who show promise, has been opened here in the Berlin Jewish Museum. Particular attention has been attracted by a head of Deborah by a boy of 18, Peter Fingeslein. Other notable works by young artists are a statue by Elisabeth Wolff and a Normandy Landscape by Martin Bloch.

Max Liebermann is represented at the exhibition by a portrait of his wife and granddaughter, painted ten years ago, and by his last unfinished painting, “The Return of Tobias,” on which he was working up to a few days before his death.

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