A profile of artist Emile Norman, who achieved success despite attending only one day of art school. Included: his success in New York during the 1940s and '50s; meeting his life partner, Brooks Clement, with whom he built a house in Big Sur; his works, including wood-inlay animal sculptures; his love of Bach's music.
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