The German émigré artist Hans Feibusch came to Britain in 1933 to escape Nazi persecution, and was included in the notorious Degenerate Art Exhibition in Munich in 1937. Celebrated for his religious mural paintings which employed expressionist use of colour, his rarely-seen lithographs which form part of the substantial collection the artist left to Pallant House Gallery reveal another aspect of his graphic skills.

A related exhibition ‘Hans Feibusch: The Influence of Europe' is at the Otter Gallery, the University of Chichester from 24 Nov 2011- 15 Jan 2012 featuring
loans from Pallant House Gallery.