German Avant-garde Art, Targeted by Hitler, Comes to Jerusalem

A new show at the Israel Museum of works from Berlin's national gallery showcases several artists who were expunged from public memory, mainly due to Nazi destruction of 'degenerate' modern art.

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Three women, two men and a dog are frozen in place, seated around a large table with a white tablecloth, on a rooftop terrace after dinner. Behind them we glimpse the skyline of Potsdam, shrouded in gloomy...