A collection of 32 works by German artist David Bloch, who fled to Shanghai in 1940 to escape Nazi persecution, has gone on permanent display at the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum. Photo: Wang Shuibo A collection of 32 works by German artist David Bloch, who fled to Shanghai in 1940 to escape Nazi persecution, has gone on permanent display at the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum. Photo: Wang Shuibo
A collection of 32 works by German artist David Bloch, who fled to Shanghai in 1940 to escape Nazi persecution, has gone on permanent display at the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum. Photo: Wang Shuibo

Son of German artist and Holocaust survivor says thank you to Shanghai with his father’s work

A collection of 32 pieces by David Bloch has gone on permanent display at the Jewish Refugees Museum in city the artist called home for nine years

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A collection of 32 works by German artist David Bloch, who fled to Shanghai in 1940 to escape Nazi persecution, has gone on permanent display at the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum. Photo: Wang Shuibo A collection of 32 works by German artist David Bloch, who fled to Shanghai in 1940 to escape Nazi persecution, has gone on permanent display at the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum. Photo: Wang Shuibo
A collection of 32 works by German artist David Bloch, who fled to Shanghai in 1940 to escape Nazi persecution, has gone on permanent display at the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum. Photo: Wang Shuibo
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