"Opera Murders" and "Star-Crossed Lovers" – Two Extraordinary Art Calendars
The Art Nouveau calendar, "The Star-Crossed Lovers' Calendar," is even more dramatic. It focuses on tragic lovers of history and literature. Their fates are reported as modern-day breaking news, illustrated with paintings and border designs from the Belle Époque. "The Star-Crossed Lovers' Calendar" was honored with a nomination at the International Calendar Show in Stuttgart. These two calendars are certainly unique additions to the line-up of calendars annually on offer.
Tanya Stern, born in 1952, lives in Wildau near Berlin and writes novels, children's books, history reports and essais. Besides she creates art calendars to special themes.
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