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She had just placed the blanket over him when pounding at the front door startled her out of her daydream.
'Diese Tur offnen im Namen des Reiches! Schnell.'
The nightmare had begun! Even with packed bags and hidden money, the Kanones were not prepared for what was coming.
Searching for Renoir is the true story of one family's escape from the clutches of a brutal dictator to a land where freedom of religion and speech prevail. The cost- a treasured Renoir landscape; the result- four lives saved.
Due to the actions of one young artist in 1910, the Kanone family found itself in possession of a great treasure-a work of art by one of the world's most acclaimed Impressionists-that ended up saving their lives from the furnaces of Auschwitz. Author Torie Geisler allows us to learn about her father, aunt, and grandparents and their amazing story. As you follow along, you will see how the teachings of faith, love, trust, honesty, and courage shine through in the hardest of times.
We invite you to join the search for the lost treasure and bring home Pierre-Auguste Renoir's wonderful 'plein air' painting to the unique frame that still hangs in the author's parents' home in the American Midwest.
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Book Description Tate Publishing, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111627465839