Yeshua (aka Jesus) has wept in this extract from Richard Zimler’s new novel, The Gospel According to Lazarus, a brilliant retelling of the story of the Passion. Lazarus, himself, awakes … I must speak to you now of … Continue reading →
The first biography of sculptor Oscar Nemon (1906–1985), the unknown artist behind some of Britain’s most iconic statues, is available to order from our shop today.
AURELIA YOUNG (Lady Young, b. 1943) is the author of Finding Nemon, the first biography of her father the renowned sculptor Oscar Nemon. She grew up wandering in and out of her father’s studios at the family home in Oxford and later … Continue reading →
Eighty years ago, Sigmund Freud fled Vienna with his family on 4 June 1938 to escape anti-semitic persecution. Now, he has returned to the Medical University of Vienna as a recasting of Oscar Nemon’s bronze, larger-than-life statue. After eight decades … Continue reading →
Read a sample of the chapter on Winston Churchill, taken from the biography of the sculptor Oscar Nemon, Finding Nemon: The Extraordinary Life of the Outsider Who Sculpted the Famous. Oscar Nemon was born in Osijek in 1906. As … Continue reading →