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Buy and Download Description I want to compare the responses of two generations of Jewish- American artists to the Holocaust, the generation that came to maturity in the 1940s and 1950s with the current generation of artists. The earlier generation did not confront the Holocaust directly in its art. That is, artists, whether they preferred realistic or abstracted styles, did not paint or sculpt scenes descriptive of particular events or episodes based on documentary photographs or on imaginative recreations of scenes of forced marches and executions, or of ghetto and camp life. Instead, figurative artists tended to find surrogate subject matter in biblical stories or stereotypical images of Jewish elders. I want to compare the responses of two generations of Jewish- American artists to the Holocaust, the generation that came to maturity in the 1940s and 1950s with the current generation of artists. The earlier generation did not confront the Holoca
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