The artist Chaim Goldberg witnessed this event in 1931 and made sketches. Over the years he created numerous watercolor studies as well as pen and ink Drawings. The painting is an acknowledged masterpiece and as such is counted among Chaim Goldberg's best paintings, if not as in the top three best. The painting is vivid and expertly painted in a post expressionist style that Chaim Goldberg is famous for and is recognized for his contributions as a chronicler of a time before World War II.
Oil on Canvas