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Lived/Active: California / Germany      Known for: Jewish genre painter-European village scenes

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following, submitted January 2005, is from Amy Dollinger-Boles, representative of the artist.

Renate Dollinger's vibrant gouache (opaque watercolor) paintings tell stories of life in the Shtetls - the villages of Eastern Europe where Jews lived from the 1500s until World War II.

Dollinger portrays the family and religious traditions, the bustling marketplaces and town squares, and the tender human interactions in the Shtetls as if they were part of her own personal
experience and happened only yesterday.  Though the scenes are born of the artist's imagination, many viewers find they have a compelling sense of truth.

Renate' Dollinger's focus in her artwork is the basic human emotions of love, joy, and brotherhood.

Born in a small town in the Silesian Alps in Germany, Dollinger managed to escape to London in 1939. As a refugee, she attended Reiman School of Art and the London Polytechnic Institute.  She joined the British Land Army and Royal Timber Corps and chopped down eighteen trees a day (and she is only 5' 3").

In 1945 she joined the U.S. 3rd Army under Patton to help open the newly liberated concentration camps.  In 1947 she joined her surviving sister in California. There she married, raised a family of four children, and began a 47-year painting career.

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