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Why Me Throw Pillow featuring the painting Why Me by Esther Newman-Cohen

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Our throw pillows are made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric and add a stylish statement to any room. Pillows are available in sizes from 14" x 14" up to 26" x 26". Each pillow is printed on both sides (same image) and includes a concealed zipper and removable insert (if selected) for easy cleaning.

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Thank you, Dave. I truly believe that art can make a strong statement about humanity, hopefully with the intention of not repeating its past errors. Unfortunately, I am not encouraged lately in that regard. I very much appreciate your great comment about my artwork!!!

What a powerful work of art Esther...this is something we must all remember and we must ensure it never happens again....gold medals to you dear lady...I will put you on my follow list...L/V

Thanks so much, Lisa, for featuring this work in the In the Mood Group!

I appreciate your response Esther. I have a deep connection with the Holocaust.

No, ST, she is not a member of my family but a woman who lives in Israel. I did, however, have relatives who perished in the Holocaust and am even named after my mother's aunt Esther from Warsaw who died in an extermination camp.

Wow!Is she of your family?

This is an extraordinary image Esther. I have had engraved in my mind something I read of a large group of women held in a barracks for a number of days before being gassed, without food or water, horrible conditions, and the cry of one middle aged woman in particular. In my mind she looked like this, so seeing your painting had an immediate impact.

Thank you, ST, for your perspicacity and sensitivity. It's hard to imagine how anyone could have survived this. This woman did.

Thanks so much, Chrisann, for featuring this work on The Home Page of Weekly Fun For ALL Mediums Group!

Esther, CONGRATS!!! Your Gorgeous work has been Featured on the Home Page Of Weekly Fun in all Mediums!!

Unfortunate but true, as shown by the hundreds of rockets being fired on us today from the Gaza Strip! Thanks so much, Sora, for featuring this work in the Mutamea - My Change Group!

Just as antisemitism never dies, this Scream never gets old...

Thank you, Jim, for favoriting this work!

Beverly, heartfelt thanks for your visit, great comment and V!

Stunning Artwork, emotional expression...............v.

Thanks so much, Donna, for your great comment, L and V!!!

Great Expression! You captured it! L/V

A very powerful work! John

Thank you very much, John, for your great comment!

CONGRATULATIONS, Esther. This powerful work of art has been chosen as Administrator's Choice of the Week in Old MASTERS--Painters and Traditional Arts. v/f/feature and fb promotion.

Thanks so much, Lenore, for making this work Administrator's Choice of the Week in Old MASTERS--Painters and Traditional Arts!

Thanks so much, M and L Creations, for featuring this work in the Artistic Innovations Group!

Thanks so much, James, for featuring this work in the Face Group!

Thanks so much, James, for featuring this work in the Beauty Group!

Thanks so much, Eric, for your heartfelt comment. Thanks also for featuring this work in the Drawings and Paintings Group!

Thanks so much, Annie. Your comment was very special to me. I truly appreciate it. Thanks also for the special feature, L and F!

Congratulations on your SPECIAL FEATURE in Visual Voice! The expression you have captured in your work tells a powerful and emotional visual story which moved me completely! L/F

Esther, this image has grabbed my heart.

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December 10th, 2018

Perfect!

December 10th, 2018

This is my favorite piece by Alisa. I had an opportunity to meet her in person and asked for her autograph! She is a really cool person and I hope you will enjoy her art work as well.

December 9th, 2018

What’s not to love about a fresh take on Christmas pillows!

December 7th, 2018

Love, Love, Love!!!!!!!!

December 7th, 2018

Outstanding quality and excellent printing of image. Looking at it now while listening to Mahler sublime 4th Symphony

December 6th, 2018

I love the super soft texture and color quality!

Artist's Description

"Why Me?" This Jewish woman asks. This painting shows the horror facing Holocaust victims. Even today many continue to suffer privation and recurring nightmares.

About Esther Newman-Cohen

Dr. Esther Newman-Cohen is a highly creative Israeli-based artist. She engages in a wide range of artistic activity, including drawing, painting and woodcarving. Her subjects range from abstracts to realistic portraits and landscapes, done in a variety of media - pencil, ink, aquarelle, pastel, acrylic and oil. She also designs ketubot, Jewish marriage contracts, many of which are also posted on Fine Art America. Over the past five years she has added wood sculptures to her repertoire. Her first solo exhibits took place in Jerusalem, at the Alliance Francaise in 1989: "The Women of Jerusalem," in 1992 at the Gerard Behar Theater: "Flowers and Landscapes of Jerusalem," and in 2008 at the Jerusalem Botanical Garden: "Flowers: A Love...

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