- “Our art world was really colorful and diverse. We had ‘Positiveists’, a variety of Protestants, realists, impressionists, intellectuals”, Latvian writer Anšlavs Eglītis describes the art world atmosphere of the 1930’s, which he has also eternalized in his novel “Homo Novus”.
Book includes costume and set illustrations and stills from the filming of the upcoming movie.
- In Latvian, hardcover, 432 p., 8” x 6”
- Riga, Latvia