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Charlotte Salomon

Cover Art of Tell Me Another Morning

Charlotte Salomon (1917-1942), a German-Jewish artist, was born in Berlin. She fled to the French Riviera in 1939 and spent the next three years as a refugee from the Nazis. During that time, she created over 1,300 paintings of her exile and life before and during the war. In 1942, she was deported to Auschwitz, where she died at the age of 25.

Charlotte Salomon's paintings have received enormous recognition worldwide, and have recently been honored in traveling exhibitions in major cities throughout the United States and abroad, in numerous books and catalogs of her artwork, and in biographical publications. Her paintings are housed in the Charlotte Salomon archives at the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam.