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Otto Pankok collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of five Sinti woodcut portaits created by Otto Pankok in postwar Germany.
Provenance
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1994 by Eva Pankok, the daughter of Otto Pankok.
Date
approximately 1948
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Otto Pankok woodcut of a Sinti man in a hat

Object | Accession Number: 1994.10.1

Geography
creation: Dusseldorf (Germany)
issue: Wesel (Germany)
Date
creation:  1948
issue:  1960
Otto Pankok woodcut of a Sinti man in a hat

Otto Pankok woodcut of a Sinti woman in a striped dress

Object | Accession Number: 1994.10.2

Geography
creation: Dusseldorf (Germany)
issue: Wesel (Germany)
Date
creation:  1948
issue:  1960
Otto Pankok woodcut of a Sinti woman in a striped dress

Otto Pankok woodcut of a Sinti woman with freckles

Object | Accession Number: 1994.10.3

Geography
creation: Dusseldorf (Germany)
issue: Wesel (Germany)
Date
creation:  1948
issue:  1960
Otto Pankok woodcut of a Sinti woman with freckles

Otto Pankok woodcut of a Sinti man

Object | Accession Number: 1994.10.4

Geography
creation: Dusseldorf (Germany)
issue: Wesel (Germany)
Date
creation:  1948
issue:  1960
Otto Pankok woodcut of a Sinti man

Otto Pankok woodcut of a Sinti woman

Object | Accession Number: 1994.10.5

Geography
creation: Dusseldorf (Germany)
issue: Wesel (Germany)
Date
creation:  1948
issue:  1960
Otto Pankok woodcut of a Sinti woman
 
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