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Willi Nowak was born in 1886 in Mnìšek pod Brdy to a German-Bohemian father and a mother from a mixed Czech and German family. As a young artist he exhibited in Osma ("The Eight"), a group of avant-garde Czech, German-Bohemian and Jewish artists in Prague that included Friedrich Feigl. Max Brod was a champion of his work.
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Nowak, Willi, 1886-1977: Harvest time, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 78.569.
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