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By the time she left Vienna for Palestine in 1912, 18-year-old Anno Ticho had already absorbed much of mid-European art during a creative period of innovation and modernity. Artists such as Gustave Klimt, Egon Schiele, Joseph Hoffman and Oskar Kokoschka were exhibiting their new works, and the young Anna was taken to their exhibitions by her enthusiastic mother, Bertha.
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