From Life? Or Theater? by Charlotte Salomon

One of Salomon’s early gouaches illustrates, in detail, her family’s 11-room apartment, including the quarters of their servant, in the chic suburb of Charlottenburg.
[https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-obsessive-art-and-great-confession-of-charlotte-salomon]


She wrote over 1,500 pages in several months: 1,299 drawings, 340 translucent sheets with texts to overlay on the corresponding pictures, also, instructions with classical music...The first part of the cycle consists of the colorful imprints of Charlotte’s memories from her carefree childhood, spent with her family, the governesses, the neighbors in the prestigious Berlin district of Charlottenburg, and the people of quality who visited the home of her father, a respected surgeon and a professor at the University of Berlin, and the world’s first specialist to diagnose breast cancer from a roentgenogram.
[https://arthive.com/publications/2850~Life_in_Pictures_Charlotte_Salomon_and_her_art_beyond_life_tragedies]
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