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History of the Nose in Art

Instructor: Peter Rosenberg

Thursday • 10/8/20 • 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

Class size 5-24 students
24 seats remaining
Location: Zoom

A retired Otolaryngologist is also interested in the history of western art. Combining these two, I prepared a lecture on this subject that I presented to the UMASC approximately ten years ago. This lecture and slide show on the history of the nose in art  was revised for this special presentation. I know you will enjoy it. Classroom

Peter Rosenberg is a retired Otolaryngologist who was educated at Clinton Grade School, Poughkeepsie High School, Princeton University, Tufts Medical School and Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He practiced ENT at Fort Bragg, solo in Norwich CT, and at the Togus Veterans Administration Hospital. His wide range of activities include playing piano, golf, tennis, bridge, model boats, stained glass and teaching at UMASC.