24 drawings from the concentrations camps in Germany by George Zielezinski
Resource TypeBooks & Periodicals
Date of Creation1946
GenreArts & Culture
Place of CreationGermany
DescriptionPortfolio of 24 rotogravure prints of drawings created by George Zielezinski. Prints housed in fibreboard folio cover with introductory text insert including table of contents. Drawings depict daily life in a concentration camp. Captions and introductory text in multiple languages.
Materials/Techniquesoverall: paper, ink
Measurements40 x 30 cm
Inscriptions0069 stamped on inside cover
Method of Constructionrotogravure
LanguageEnglish, German, Polish, French
ProvenanceGifted to the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre in 2012 by Janet Martini, who received the portfolio from her mother.
Frances Giske Martini obtained the portfolio while working with UNRRA in Germany after the Second World War.
Classificationportfolios (groups of works)
Legal Statuspermanent collection
NotePrinted by F. Bruckmann K.G., Munich, Germany