MORE ART

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The following are more works of art which

I have made over the last several years.  

They either have been sold, gifted, donated or

are not for sale.  Contact Larry@LarrysArt.net

if you are interested in commissioning 

artwork just for you! My prices are very reasonable.

Yellow Sub
Yellow Sub

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 30"x40" 2019

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New Orleans Jazz 2
New Orleans Jazz 2

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 24"x30" 2018 SOLD

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New Orleans Jazz 1
New Orleans Jazz 1

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 22"x28" 2018 SOLD

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Wisteria Histeria
Wisteria Histeria

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 28"x22" 2020 GIFTED

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IMG_7460
IMG_7460
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Monet's Garden Deux
Monet's Garden Deux

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 28"x22" 2020 SOLD

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Water Lillies
Water Lillies

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 22"x28" 2020 GIFTED

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Monet's House
Monet's House

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 28"x22" 2020 GIFTED

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SF Bike Ride
SF Bike Ride
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Tuscany
Tuscany

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 28"x22" 2018 GIFTED

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Hummingbird (Pastels)
Hummingbird (Pastels)

Larry Lagin Pastels on paper 11"x17" 2016 $75

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D.O.A.
D.O.A.

Larry Lagin Watercolor on paper 16"x20" 2020 SOLD

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42
42

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 22"x28" 2018

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The Maltese Falcon (Watercolor)
The Maltese Falcon (Watercolor)

Larry Lagin Watercolor on paper 8"x10" 2016 SOLD

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The Big Sleep (Watercolor)
The Big Sleep (Watercolor)

Larry Lagin Watercolor on paper 8"x10" 2016 SOLD

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Albert
Albert

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 28"x22" 2018 GIFTED

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Albert on Bike
Albert on Bike

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 28"x22" 2020 SOLD

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My Buddy Toby
My Buddy Toby

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 22"x28" 2020 Not For Sale

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Fab 4
Fab 4

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 30"x40" 2018 SOLD

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Aurora B
Aurora B

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 24"x12" 2020 SOLD

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Standing (Like a) Rock
Standing (Like a) Rock

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 28"x22" 2020 GIFTED

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Precious Water (Standing Rock)
Precious Water (Standing Rock)

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 28"x22" 2020 GIFTED

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Falstaff
Falstaff

Larry Lagin Acrylic on canvas 24"x30" 2020 DONATED

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1 - A young boy (Yehiel Mintzberg) in athletic shorts, before the outbreak of the war.
1 - A young boy (Yehiel Mintzberg) in athletic shorts, before the outbreak of the war.

1 - A young boy (Yehiel Mintzberg) in athletic shorts, before the outbreak of the war. He lived in Poland during the war, until October 1942, when he was deported to Treblinka, and murdered. He was ten years old. Based on Yad Vashem Museum Photo Archives photo submitted by his aunt, Lola Politanski from Israel. 28”x22” acrylic painting on canvas (2017). NOT FOR SALE.

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2- Two young (girl) cousins from the Kov
2- Two young (girl) cousins from the Kov

2 - Two young (girl) cousins shortly before they were smuggled out of the Kovno ghetto. A Lithuanian family hid the children and both girls survived the war. Kovno, Lithuania, August 1943. Based on U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives #10945. Copyright of U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. 28”x22” acrylic painting on canvas (2016).NOT FOR SALE.

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3 - Two young brothers in the Kovno ghet
3 - Two young brothers in the Kovno ghet

3 - Two young brothers, seated for a family photograph in the Kovno ghetto. One month later, they were deported to the Majdanek camp. Kovno, Lithuania, February 1944. Based on U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives #06546. Copyright of U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. 22”x28” acrylic painting on canvas (2016).NOT FOR SALE.

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3A - A page from an anti-semitic coloring book
3A - A page from an anti-semitic coloring book

3A - A page from an anti-semitic coloring book featuring a portrait of a Jew drawn by the German caricaturist known as Fips. [Ca. 1933–39]. In the upper left-hand corner is a logo featuring a Star of David superimposed over a caricature of a Jewish face. The caption under the star states that “without a solution to the Jewish question, there will be no salvation for mankind.” Based on U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives #042034. Copyright of U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. NOT FOR SALE

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3B - A synagogue in flames in Siegen, Germany, during Kristallnacht
3B - A synagogue in flames in Siegen, Germany, during Kristallnacht

3B - A synagogue in flames in Siegen, Germany, during Kristallnacht on November 9-10, 1938. It is referred to “The Night of Broken Glass” because of shattered glass that littered the streets after the vandalism and destruction of Jewish-owned businesses, synagogues and homes. Over 30,000 Jewish males were rounded up and taken to concentration camps. Based on Yad Vashem Photo Archives #136BO9. 22”x28” Acrylic on canvas (2019).NOT FOR SALE.

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4 - Family members say goodbye to a chil
4 - Family members say goodbye to a chil

4 - Family members say goodbye to a child through a fence at the ghetto's central prison where children, the sick, and the elderly were held before deportation to Chelmno during the "Gehsperre" action. Lodz, Poland, September 1942. Based on U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives #89772. Copyright of U.S. Memorial Museum. 22”x28” acrylic painting on canvas (2016).NOT FOR SALE.

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5 - A young boy with his hands up being driven from the Warsaw ghetto.
5 - A young boy with his hands up being driven from the Warsaw ghetto.

6 - A young boy with his hands up being driven from the Warsaw ghetto. Based on a photo the “Stroop Report”, which reads: “Pulled from bunkers by force.” The 1943 “Stroop report” was submitted as a prosecution exhibit at the Nuremberg Trials of 1945–1946, and was published in vol. 26 of the 42-volume IMT “blue series” record. Nuremberg document 1061-PS (USA-275). Based on U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo #26543A. Copyright of U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. 22”x28” painting.NOT FOR SALE

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7 – Homeless children in Warsaw Ghetto.
7 – Homeless children in Warsaw Ghetto.

7 – Homeless children in Warsaw Ghetto.Based on a photograph from the book "Meczenstwo Walka Zaglada Zydow w Polsce 1939-1945 / Martyrdom Struggle Extermination of Jews in Poland" (Polish) by Adam Rutkowski. 22”x28” acrylic painting on canvas (2018).NOT FOR SALE

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7 - Deportation of Jewish children from the Lodz ghetto, Poland
7 - Deportation of Jewish children from the Lodz ghetto, Poland

5 - Deportation of Jewish children from the Lodz ghetto, Poland, during the "Gehsperre" Action, September 1942. Based on U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives #50365. Copyright of U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Courtesy of Jacob Igra. 22”x28” acrylic painting on canvas (2016).NOT FOR SALE

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8 - A Jewish woman walks towards the gas chambers with three young children and a baby
8 - A Jewish woman walks towards the gas chambers with three young children and a baby

8 - A Jewish woman walks towards the gas chambers with three young children and a baby in her arms, after going through the selection process on the ramp at Auschwitz-Birkenau, May 1944. Based on U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives #77217. Copyright of United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. 22”x28” acrylic painting on canvas (2017).NOT FOR SALE

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9 - Surviving children of the Auschwitz camp walk out of the children's barracks, soon after liberat
9 - Surviving children of the Auschwitz camp walk out of the children's barracks, soon after liberat

9 - Surviving children of the Auschwitz camp walk out of the children's barracks, soon after liberation. Poland, after January 27, 1945. Based on U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives #70262. Copyright of United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Photograph courtesy of Lydia Chagoll. 22”x28” acrylic painting on canvas (2017).NOT FOR SALE

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10 - Camp survivors from Buchenwald's "Children's Block 66", a special barracks for children, soon a
10 - Camp survivors from Buchenwald's "Children's Block 66", a special barracks for children, soon a

10 - Camp survivors from Buchenwald's "Children's Block 66", a special barracks for children, soon after liberation. Germany, after April 11, 1945. Federation Nationale des Deportes et Internes Resistants et Patriots. 22”x28” acrylic painting on canvas (2017).NOT FOR SALE

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11- With his coat and suitcase in hand, Yisrael Meir (Lulek) Lau, a member of the Buchenwald childre
11- With his coat and suitcase in hand, Yisrael Meir (Lulek) Lau, a member of the Buchenwald childre

11- With his coat and suitcase in hand, Yisrael Meir (Lulek) Lau, a member of the Buchenwald children’s transport, prepares to leave the OSE children’s home in Ecouis for Palestine. Ecouis, France, June-July 1945. Based on U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives #27335. Copyright of U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. 28”x22” acrylic painting on canvas (2017).NOT FOR SALE

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12- Eight-year-old Yisrael Meir (Lulek) Lau is held by a fellow Buchenwald survivor, Elizar Schiff,
12- Eight-year-old Yisrael Meir (Lulek) Lau is held by a fellow Buchenwald survivor, Elizar Schiff,

12- Eight-year-old Yisrael Meir (Lulek) Lau is held by a fellow Buchenwald survivor, Elizar Schiff, as they arrive in Palestine aboard the RMS “Mataroa.” Haifa, Palestine, July 15, 1945. Based on Central Zionist Archives Photograph Reference #NKH403010. 28”x22” acrylic painting on canvas (2017).NOT FOR SALE

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13 - Portrait of Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau.
13 - Portrait of Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau.

13 - Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, currently lives in Israel, and was Chief Rabbi of Israel and Chairman of Yad Vashem. Lau was born in 1937, in the Polish town of Piotrków Trybunalski. His father, Rabbi Moshe Chaim Lau, was killed in the Treblinka extermination camp. Yisrael Meir is the 38th generation in an unbroken family chain of rabbis. As a seven-year-old, after traumatic separation from his mother, Lau was imprisoned in a Nazi in Buchenwald extermination camp. NOT FOR SALE

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14 - A yellow Holocaust memorial candle
14 - A yellow Holocaust memorial candle

14 - A Yellow Holocaust memorial candle is modeled after a traditional Jewish memorial candle that burns for 24 hours during periods of mourning and on the anniversary of the death of a family member. The concept of a special memorial candle being lit on Yom HaShoah was originally developed in the late 1970s by survivors of the Holocaust. The candle's yellow wax reminds us of the yellow arm band and stars which Jews were forced to wear during the Nazi regime. 22”x28” painting. NOT FOR SALE

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