For nearly 40 years, in her home just behind the famed Oslo Castle, Liv Greta Brem has gathered a consummate collection of fine European antique dolls including those once owned by the family of the Norwegian expressionist painter, Edvard Munch. Expressions, in fact, have been the theme of the Brem collection, as she sought dolls whose faces reflected human moods, both of children and adults. Fine antique dolls of bisque, porcelain, paper mache, wood, and wax filled every cranny of this private museum. Each is featured in the fine full-color catalog with detailed photographs and historical descriptions. 8.5" x 11". Softbound. 160 pages. BT-336.