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[Schreyer, Greta Schreyer.

[Schreyer, Greta] Schmidt, Regine. Greta Schreyer. Bilingual: Deutsch / English. Langenzersdorf, Anton-Hanak-Museum, c1993. 23 cm x 19.3 cm. 45 Seiten. Mit zahlreichen schwarz-weißen und farbigen Abbildungen und Illustrationen. Original Softcover. Sehr guter Zustand mit nur geringen Gebrauchsspuren.

Greta Loebl Schreyer (born Greta Loebl) was an Austrian-born Jewish jewelry designer and painter. She was born on July 28, 1917 in Vienna, Austria, and died October 3, 2005 in New York, USA. From 1956, the year of her first solo exhibition, until her death, her work was displayed in many solo and group exhibitions in the United States, Austria, and Czechoslovakia. As of her death, her work was in the permanent collections of Brandeis University Library, The Jewish Museum in New York, Museum Haaretz in Tel Aviv, Israel, The Albertina and The Oesterreichische Galerie-Belvedere Palace in Vienna, Austria.
Greta Loebl was born in Vienna, Austria and followed in her father's footsteps at 18 and became a master goldsmith. They stayed in Paris until their visa applications to the U.S. got approved, and they arrived in the U.S. in March 1939. The couple attempted to get visas for their parents but did not succeed, and their parents were all deported to concentration camps, Greta's parents to Theresienstadt, and then after her husband's death Greta's mother was sent to Auschwitz, and Oscar's parents to Izbica. Due to the Nazi occupation of Austria, she and her future husband Oscar Schreyer left the country in September 1938. (Wikipedia).

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Schmidt, Greta Schreyer.

Schmidt, Greta Schreyer.


Schmidt, Greta Schreyer.

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