Albert Reuss Exhibition
9 January - 7 FebruaryFree
Truro Cathedral, Cornwall
Albert Reuss was a Jewish painter and sculpture born in Vienna who came to England in 1938 following Hitler’s annexation of Austria. Reuss lost many members of his family as well as his possessions and the reputation he had built up as an artist. He continued to work in England, but his style changed dramatically reflecting the trauma he had suffered. The works of Reuss are expected to attract art lovers and those interested in his story and will be an integral part of the Holocaust Memorial Day 2020 display and event.
Loan of works by Albert REUSS (1889-1975) has been organised with the kind involvement of Newlyn Art Gallery.
Free entry, Mon-Sat 10-4pm, Sun 12-4pm