May 10, 2019
Emigré sculptor Oscar Nemon, whose subjects included Princess Diana, Queen Elizabeth, Winston Churchill and Sigmund Freud, was one of the 20th century’s greatest and most flamboyant artists. Born into a Jewish Croatian Family, he sought refuge from the Nazis in England. His daughter Aurelia Young, in conversation with cultural historian Patrick Bade, told his rip-roaring story.
This event took place on 3rd March as part of Jewish Book Week 2019