Terezin 1942-44: Through the Eyes of Norbert Troller
The exhibition of 160 watercolors and sketches by Norbert Troller depicts routine life inside the Terezin concentration camp where Troller was imprisoned for two and a half years. Employed by the Terezin administration to rebuild barracks and latrines for the prisoners, in his spare time Troller painted the scenes and people around him. Instead of portraying grim scenes of despondency, Troller chronicled daily acts of kindness: the courage, friendship, and love with which the inmates of Terezin fought their fears and despair.
Soft cover, 48 pages, 9 1/2" x 8 1/2"
33 black and white illustrations (booklet)
Member's Price: $8.00