Presented by the artist's daughter and grandsons, November 2011. Harry Weinberger was born in Berlin in 1924 and left in 1933. As an adult he worked as an artist and teacher in England, returning to Berlin once by invitation to exhibit his work, and subsequently on occasional visits. Towards the end of his life he expressed the wish for his work to be seen in Berlin. This picture, of the street where he lived as a boy, is donated by his daughter Joanna and his grandsons Jake and Matty Garber.
verso on foldback: 224 Harry Weinberger "Bundestratsufer" (In Berlin) [monogram HW] 5
Collection of Joanna Garber (daughter of the artist); by whom (and with Jake and Matty Garber, grandsons of the artist) presented to the Government Art Collection in November 2011
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