Sidney Nolan’s Shaken to his Core exhibition at Sydney’s Jewish Museum of his Auschwitz visit

Australian painter Sidney Nolan is best known for his iconic images of bushranger Ned Kelly but he produced another series of works so disturbing they have never been offered for sale.

The internationally acclaimed artist secretly painted hundreds of portraits of Holocaust victims in concentration camps and many of those pictures are on public display for the first time. 

While Nolan depicted Kelly in solid black armour and box-like helmet riding through boldly coloured bush landscapes,…

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