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Lecture By Lady Young On “Churchill’s Sculptor”March 4, 2011 6:00 PMWatkins Building
This event is free.
This illustrated lecture about the life and works of Oscar Nemon, Sir Winston Churchill's sculptor, is given by his daughter Lady Young. The lecture traces Nemon's life from his birth in Croatia in 1906 to his very last sitting with Diana, Princess of Wales in 1985. Nemon sculpted many of the leading statesmen and royalty of the 20th century including the Queen, the Queen Mother, Margaret Thatcher and President Eisenhower. The lecture is presented with support from The English Speaking Union of the United States and the Friends of Art at Queens.
6 p.m., Max L. Jackson Gallery, Watkins Building
7 p.m., McInnes Parlors, Burwell Hall
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