The Jewish Prisoner Who Was Forced to Draw at Auschwitz, and Rebelled in Her Paintings

Dina Gottliebová was ordered to create a gallery of characteristic 'facial types' from which the Nazis could learn about the degenerate nature those socially inferior to them.

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A small portrait painted in watercolors provides answers to big questions: What is a painting? What is man? What is the relation between the two?