Josef Breitenbach: Munich, Paris, New York
The dedication of the artist in the face of continual adversity is nowhere better exemplified than in the struggles and accomplishments of Josef Breitenbach. This peripatetic artist was born into a respected middle class family in Bavaria in 1896. His father, a wine merchant and non-religious Jew, was also that rare successful businessman who took a strong interest in the fortunes of the working classes.
Essay by Paul Berlanga. Soft cover, 10 3/8 x 8 1/2 inches, 32 pages, 26 illus.