Ladies and Gentlemen,
I am researching the post-war art of the Belgian artist Fernand VAN HOREN.
He was also known under the pen name "Horn" and was a cartoonist after the war.
He died in 2005.
On the JewishGen Website you can find a series of pictures he drew right after the war
They are mainly about the Flossenburg Concentration Camp where he was imprisoned.
There is also a testimony, titled "How a drawing saved my life"
Can anyone help me out with some information about his personal life and his
post war artwork about Flossenburg?
Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany