Felix Nussbaum (murdered in Auschwitz on 9 August 1944). The demise of Europe plays itself out against a backdrop of destroyed buildings. The full moon and the sun visible in the overcast sky. Figures appear in the center. A woman crouching on the ground next to a standing figure with hands raised to the sky. The bodies of victims scattered throughout the scene. In the left foreground, two figures face forward; one covers her mouth with her hand, the other raises a hand to her forehead.
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Felix Nussbaum. Self-portrait, 1943 ."Felix Nussbaum was born at Hanover. His father was a WW1 German war veteran. During Occupation, Nussbaum was interned in France, but escaped and went into hiding along with his wife in Brussels. In July, 1944, the couple were murdered at Auschwitz-Birkenau on or about Aug. 2nd. Nussbaums father and mother, a brother, sister-in-law and niece would be killed at Auschwitz. His other brother died at the Stutthof camp in Danzig. The family was thus extinguished."