Prague at Night, 1943, by Petr Ginz, pencil on paper. Petr references this piece in an entry from his diary from December, 1943. Petr writes, "Have read Plato’s Phaedo, Crito Continued work on Ceylon Picture: Prague at Night Bookbinding At the beginning of the month, transports to Birkenau (the Schenks), great chaos, I couldn’t do more. Lino-cut: At the shores of the Adriatic Sea."
Collection of the Yad Vashem Art Museum, Jerusalem. Gift of Otto Ginz, Haifa.
Purple Flower, by Petr Ginz. Petr may reference this piece in an entry in his diary from August, 1944. Petr writes, "...I work in the Lithography Department for half a day and the other half I attend the program. I have a lot of catching up to do in Latin and math. I do stenography and I also do a bit of English and zoology every so often. I have spent most of my time on drawing and lino-cuts: two flowers ...."