Marian Wenzel (1932–2002)

Art historian, artist and campaigner, Marian Wenzel was the world’s leading authority on the art and artefacts of medieval Bosnia and Herzegovina; a doughty champion of the Bosnian people during the war waged against them by the Serbian army from 1992 to 1994; and founder director of the charity Bosnia-Herzegovina Heritage Rescue. She died in 2002

Articles

  • Memories of Old Mostar

    From Issue 3

    The relentless bombing of Mostar (1992) is destroying the fruits of five centuries of peaceful coexistance in Bosnia. Marian Wenzel recalls how the old Ottoman city looked when she lived there in the Sixties

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