Learning about the Holocaust

Sketch of girl at a museum by Sarah Sullivan

Girl Learning about the Holocaust

I sat on a stool at the Yad Vashem Museum, doing quick sketches of people down the hall looking at a powerful photograph depicting the Holocaust. This little girl put her hands over her heart as she looked long and hard at the photograph.

This sketch is mostly done with a fountain pen with soluble ink and has a bit of watercolor.

About Sarah Sullivan

https://deliberatesketch.com/about-me/
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One Response to Learning about the Holocaust

  1. Rebecca says:

    I can imagine the emotional feeling of helplessness and of fear viewing this tribute.

    Like

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