Felix Gluck, 1946-48
(German, 1923 - 1981)
Gluck was born in Bavaria but fled to Budapest with his family in 1936 to escape the Nazis. He was imprisoned in Mauthausen, a forced labor camp in Austria, from 1944 to 1945. After the war, he studied art in Britain and won a Victoria & Albert Museum award for his linocuts. He later worked in London as a book designer, publisher and educator, and was editor of the annual Modern Publicity.