Welcome to the Estate of Oscar Nemon Website
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Born in Croatia in 1906, sculptor Oscar Nemon moved to England in 1938 after living and working in Vienna and Bruxelles during the 1920s and 1930s - where he sculpted Sigmund Freud and Charles Lindbergh from life. Working from a studio outside Oxford for forty years, Winston Churchill, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Elizabeth II, were amongst Nemon's many sitters. His figurative compositions include a unique sequence of coloured bronze reliefs, and memorials to victims of the Holocaust in Osijek, and the Canadian Airforce in Toronto.
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