1947. First Edition. Art - Original. Item #267662
Tinted lithograph, oblong format, 18 x 12 inches. Leo Haas (1901-1983) was a Czech-born Jewish artist who was imprisoned in a number of Nazi concentration camps from 1939 to 1945 when he was liberated from Ebensee by the Amercans. He is one of the most famous of the Holocaust artist/survivors who portayed daily life of prisoners in the camps. Signed with date in the plate. First edition (first printing). Plate 4 from the portfolio '12 Puvodnich Litografii z Nemeckych Koncentracnich Taboru.' A near fine copy with remains of tape on left corner verso; slight skinning on verso; glue stains on left and bottom margins. Rare and important lithograph. Signed by the artist on lower right.