The Joy of Art
by Reginald Pollack
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About the Book
REGINALD M. POLLACK
1924 TO 2001
So who is this person? A wonderful man who lived for 77 years, he was an identical twin born of Jewish parents who came to the United States from Hungary. His father who was a tailor at Lord & Taylor in New York City took the twins to the Metropolitan Museum every weekend and, by the way, became a primitive painter when he retired. After graduating from the High School of Music and Art Reginald participated in the Second World War by enlisting in the Ski Troops of the 87th Mountain Division,l participated in the invasion of Kiska in the Aleutians and was then sent to the South Pacific war effort. All the horrors of war that he experienced are depicted in a book, "O is for Overkill", that he produced with his twin.
After a few years developing window displays in New York City, Reginald went to Paris, France, using the GI Bill to support himself and to pursue his aim of becoming a painter. He was fortunate enough to find a studio at Impasse Ronsin wall to wall with Const