Visual artist and graphic designer who worked primarily for the film and television industries after World War II. She was featured in such publications as The Listener and Radio Times.
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|FULL NAME:||Olga Lehmann|
|BIRTH DATE:||February 10, 1912|
|AGE:||108 years old|
Olga Lehmann is a Graphic Designer. She married Richard Carl Huson in 1939 and had one child. She attended Santiago College before moving to England in 1979. She was hired by the War Office in 1940 to composes sketches of London bomb damage, air raid shelters, and Air Raid Precautions personnel.
DID YOU KNOW She became known during the 1930s for her portraits and murals.
FACT She and James O’Barr were fellow graphic artists.
SEE ALSO Olga Lehmann’s net worth as of 2018.
Currently, Olga Lehmann is 108 years old. She will celebrate her 109th birthday on a Saturday, February 10th. Below we countdown to her upcoming birthday.
Olga Lehmann’s zodiac sign is Aquarius. According to astrologers, Aquarius’ life pursuit is to understand life’s mysteries and a secret desire to be unique and original. People of this zodiac sign like to have fun with friends, help others, fight for causes, have intellectual conversations, are a good listener and dislike limitations, broken promises, being lonely, dull or boring situations, and people who disagree with them. The strengths of this sign are: progressive, original, independent, humanitarian, while the weaknesses can be running from emotional expression, temperamental, uncompromising, aloof. The greatest overall compatibility with Aquarius are Leo and Sagittarius.
Olga Lehmann was born in the Year of the Rat. People born in this year are clever and charming. They’re curious, but sometimes too motivated by money. This year is the year of the .
DID YOU KNOW Life expectancy in United States is about 79 years.
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