Poster announcing Josef Nassy postwar exhibition
- Artwork Title
- [1946 poster for Nassy exhibition in Belgium]
1946 October 19-1946 October 31
- Object Type
Posters, American (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Severin Wunderman Family
Announcement of an exhibition of works by Nassy at LaPetite Galerie, Bruxelles, October 19-31, 1946. The exhibition was sponsored by the American UMCA.
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Drawing of Freddy Johnson by Josef Nassy
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Josef Nassy papers
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