Arnold Henry Bergier (1914-2007)
A sculptor, collagist, and caricaturist, he did sculptures which include portraits from life of prominent persons, works for synagogues and churches, and public buildings.
Bergier sang in the Metropolitan Opera chorus as a young man, and in 1938 he went to Paris where he studied art with Camilo Egas, Robert Gwathmey, and others, returning to the Village after the outbreak of World War II. He joined the Navy and served in the Pacific on an L.S.T. landing craft and later with a unit that made relief maps from aerial photos taken with a Speed Graphic camera.
Transferred to Admiral Nimitz's staff as an artist and photographer and working for the PAC Fleet Bulletin, he won th
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