Objects & Places from The Hare with Amber Eyes: A Family's Century of Art and Loss

Edmund de Waal
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Netsuke - The author traced the history of this collection to different family members and to different locations.

Vitrine - This had shelves lined in green velvet and was enclosed in glass in order to showcase the small figures.

Hotel Ephrussi - Charles Ephrussi lived here in the exclusive West End of Paris.

Palais Ephrussi - Viktor Ephrussi and his family lived in this huge and opulent mansion.

Odessa - Viktor and Charles Ephrussi were both born in this city.

Vienna - Viktor and Emmy Ephrussi rlived all their married life there until in 1938 the Germany's Third Reich took over.

Paris - Charles Ephrussi lived in the elite West End of this city.

Tokyo - One of Viktor's sons, Iggy, lived in here after World War II ended. He came to love the city and the culture.

London - Viktor who was in his late seventies lived...

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