Following the death of her husband in a Nazi concentration camp in 1944 her style became harsher and more elemental and from 1945–1948, a new motif appeared in her pictures of puppets symbolizing man exposed to history.
After 1949, she could not take part in art life for a long time but she began to paint again in the mid-1960s. Her pictures symbolized suppressed tragedy such as Pleasure Ride, (1967), and innocence Tale (1964) with surreal and expressive metamorphoses of the puppet motif.
She died in 1991.
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