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    Ostracised – exiled – murdered

    Ostracised
    Benno Fleischmann • Franz Haberditzl • Heinrich Schwarz • Alfred Stix • Arpád Weixlgärtner

    Displaced
    Frederik Antal • Gertrud Bamberger • Otto Benesch • Rudolf Berliner • Hermann Bessemer • Josef Bodonyi • Wolfgang Born • Ernst Heinrich Buschbeck • Arnold Czempin • Otto Demus • Paul Eger • Robert Eisler • Franziska Fried-Boxer • Otto Friedländer-Zoff • Otto Fröhlich • Lili Frohlich-Bume • Bruno Fürst • Gustav Glück • Ludwig Goldscheider • Ernst Gombrich • Fritz Grossmann • Erna Harth • Else Hofmann • Felix Horb • Otto Kallir • Emil Kaufmann • Marguerite Kaufmann • Wilhelm Koehler • Paul Koeser • Ernst Kris • Betty Kurth • Hilde Kurz • Otto Kurz • Gerhart Ladner • Karolina Lanckoronska • Susanne Lang • Gertrude Langer • Ilse Meiler • Elise Lotte Morgen • Ludwig Münz • Friederike Nobl-Stern • Doris Oppenheim • Otto Pächt • Franz Philipp • Adolph K. Placzek • Lizzy Rapp-Bauer • Kurt Rathe • Felix Reichmann • Fritz Saxl • Otto Schneid • Kurt Schwarz • Anton Seilern • Hedwig Spiegel • Melanie Stiassny • Ernst Strauss • William Suida • Hans Tietze • Erica Tietze-Conrat • Charles de Tolnay • Emmy Wellesz • Johannes Wilde • Julia Wilde • Karl With • Alma S. Wittlin-Frischauer • Alice Wolfe • Hilde Zaloscer

    Murdered
    Hermann Bessemer • Josef Bodonyi

    After many years of research by students and teachers, the “Viennese Art History Examined” exhibition plus a website with biographical information, documents and images of those affected were created for the unveiling of the monument.

    http://univie.ac.at/geschichtegesichtet/ausstellungmenu.html

    Image: Oskar Kokoschka, “Hans and Erika Tietze”, 1909, oil on canvas, The Museum of Modern Art, New York (Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Fund)
    © 2018 Artists Rights Society (ARS) New York / Pro Litteris, Zürich