Lost Art: The Cassirer Family
The value of art cannot be measured in currency alone. For many, art is a conduit for family memories, an emblem of a treasured cultural heritage. Our next three videos will examine how the Nazis’ pillaging of Europe during World War II impacted three Jewish families. The first episode highlights the Cassirer’s attachment to Pissarro’s Rue St. Honore: Afternoon Rain-Effect.
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