Odd Nansen, famous for his World War II concentration camp diary, From Day to Day, was born into a world brimming with art and artists. They included his parents, his neighbors, his in-laws, his friends, even some of his fellow concentration camp inmates--practically every major artist of the era. This lecture and slide show will focus on those art connections--who they were, what they produced, why they were important, and how they both influenced Nansen and in turn were influenced by him.
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