Constance Kaine

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Constance Kaine became deputy chairman of Thames & Hudson in 1967 following the early death of her father, its founder Walter Neurath. She has remained with the publishing house ever since.

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2014

Phaidon and Thames & Hudson, founded by Jewish refugees from Nazi Europe, are subjects of Anna Nyburg's Émigrés. What did these two companies bring to Britain and how did their innovations affect the way British readers engaged with both art and books?

Sunday, 2 March 2014

Phaidon and Thames & Hudson, founded by Jewish refugees from Nazi Europe, are subjects of a forthcoming book, Émigrés. Its author Anna Nyburg discusses with the children of Béla Horovitz and Walter Neurath the art publishing houses their fathers created in Vienna and London. What did these two companies bring to Britain and how did their innovations affect the way British readers engaged with both art and books?

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