Kraemer was born in Paris where her Polish Jewish parents had come to take refuge. Her interest in visual arts and poetry began at an early age.
In 1926 she won a literary prize and published a work entitled “Rising Voices” of which no copies remain today. She devoted most of her time to painting and participated in several Salon des Tuileries and Salon des Independents exhibitions.
She was particularly productive between 1936 and 1938. Kraemer hid during the war, but continued to paint.
In 1943, she was arrested and deported to Auschwitz. A certain number of her canvases were saved by an art collector, Mr. Granziani.
Her paintings are conserved by the University of Haifa (donation Oscar Ghez) in Israel, and at the Petit Palais in Geneva.
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