Photo courtesy of Jewish Family Services

German painter, Heinz Greiffenhagen, known as Henri Hague, fled to France in the late 1930s to escape the growing threat to the Jewish population of his native land. Hague’s artwork captured the carefree side of life in a France pre-WW2. This precious collection part of the estate of Hague’s niece, and later brought to the U.S.

Visitors will have the opportunity to view these works, which capture a glimpse in time before they are transferred to the Mémorial de la Shoah in Paris.

German painter, Heinz Greiffenhagen, known as Henri Hague, fled to France in the late 1930s to escape the growing threat to the Jewish population of his native land. Hague’s artwork captured the carefree side of life in a France pre-WW2. This precious collection part of the estate of Hague’s niece, and later brought to the U.S.

Visitors will have the opportunity to view these works, which capture a glimpse in time before they are transferred to the Mémorial de la Shoah in Paris.

German painter, Heinz Greiffenhagen, known as Henri Hague, fled to France in the late 1930s to escape the growing threat to the Jewish population of his native land. Hague’s artwork captured the carefree side of life in a France pre-WW2. This precious collection part of the estate of Hague’s niece, and later brought to the U.S.

Visitors will have the opportunity to view these works, which capture a glimpse in time before they are transferred to the Mémorial de la Shoah in Paris.

WHEN

WHERE

Center for Art and Photography at Celebration Company
4131 S. Braeswood Blvd.
Houston, TX 77025
http://www.jfshouston.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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