Herman, Oskar

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HERMAN, OSKAR (1886–1974), Yugoslav painter. Born in Zagreb, until 1933 Herman lived in Munich. In 1941 he returned to Yugoslavia, was deported to the detention camp of Ferramonti in Italy, and in 1943 joined the Yugoslav partisan movement. In 1945, he returned to Zagreb. His painting, rich in color, became introspective, reflecting a balance of conflicting emotions.

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