Hermann Gross: Art and Soul
Hermann Gross would probably have become one of the most recognised German expressionist painters today were it not for one detail: in 1963, to the bewilderment of most, he left the hubs of Paris and Berlin to become an artist-in-residence at the Camphill community in Aberdeen. This book provides an overview his oeuvre.
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