‘It’s much more than a sandwich. It’s like sitting on your zayde’s knees again.’
You can’t go home again and it’s even harder to retrace the steps of parents who were forced to flee. But Edie Jarolim gave it a shot in Vienna.
Sigmund Freud did not like sitting for portraits.But in 1931, with Freud approaching his 75th birthday, a friend convinced him to see sculptor Oscar Nemon, a 25-year-old Croatian Jew.