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Henryk Berlewi was a Polish Jewish painter, graphic designer and art theorist. Berlewi is primarily remembered as an abstract artist who paved the way for optical art, but he was also an important figure in Yiddish book design and typography in the early Geometric Terms, Geometric Art, Geometric Patterns, Picasso And Braque, Self Pictures, Russian Constructivism, Spanish Art, Op Art, Book Design

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blushingcheekymonkey: “ henryk berlewi - mechano faktur komposition (1924-66) ”

Weimar: This is Jankel Adler Max Oppenheimer, George Grosz, New Objectivity, Degenerate Art, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Franz Marc, Jewish Art, Art Moderne, Art History

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Painting by Otto Dix (1891-1969), 1926, "This is Jankel Adler" (1895-1949). He was a Polish painter and engraver of the Jewish faith.

Theo Van Doesburg - an example of a De stijl style. I like this as all the shapes are in the colour black, while two shapes stand out in a red a colour. Modern Graphic Design, Graphic Art, Art Bauhaus, Poster Minimalista, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Post Modern, Art Moderne, Art Graphique

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planetaryfolklore: “ rhapsodical: Composition in Red, Black, & White, Henryk Berlewi. 1924 ”

Weimar Party Time: Jankel Adler /standing with Anton Räderscheidt, August Sander. August Sander, Cabaret, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Anita Berber, Degenerate Art, Bagdad, Old Photographs, Roaring Twenties

Adler, Yankel (1895-1949) in the 1920s by August Sander

Jankel Adler was a Polish painter and printmaker. Adler was strongly influenced by Picasso and Léger. He enjoyed experimenting with materials, for example sand admixtures. He often painted Jewish subjects, and painted some few abstract compositions. He was born as the seventh of ten children in Tuszyn, a suburb of Łódź. In 1912 he began training as an engraver with his uncle in Belgrade. He moved in 1914 to Germany where he lived for a time with his sister in Barmen. There he studied at the…

Arthur Szyk, "Judith Holding the Head of Holofernes," watercolor, ink and gouache on paper. 13 x 10 cm, auctioned by Gene Shapiro Auctions (Lot Book Of Judith, Judith And Holofernes, Feminist Icons, Jean Baptiste, Jewish Art, Art Archive, Old Testament, Art Google, Art History

February 2012 – judith2you

10 posts published by judith2you during February 2012

Moise Kisling - Autoportrait avec son épouse Renée et chien Kouski Amedeo Modigliani, Chaim Soutine, Art Eras, Moise, Post Impressionism, Art Database, French Artists, Famous Artists, Dog Art

Self-portrait with his wife Renee and dog Kouski - Moise Kisling - WikiArt.org

‘Self-portrait with his wife Renee and dog Kouski’ was created by Moise Kisling in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of self-portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Jacques Jacob Arend - Opstand Jewish artist who died in the Dutch deportation Kamp Westerbork (scheduled to be murdered in the Polish extermination camps)." means "Rise!" but the word also mean "Resurrection. Art Deco Font, Art Deco Design, Jewish History, Jewish Art, Art Deco Illustration, Dieselpunk, Woodblock Print, Printmaking, Art Nouveau

Opstand ! - Mystery Printmaker

Another mystery print - a linocut that I bought and sold a few years ago, long before I started my adventures in the blogsphere. These blogs are now such a powerful research tool that I am sure one of our continental friends will solve this mystery within days ! A super strong striking image titled "Opstand !" a name that would suggest an artist from the Netherlands. It is annotated in pencil "handdruk" to indicate that the impression was made without the use of a mechanical printing press…

Kiki de Montparnasse - Moise Kisling ~Via Niels Hiort Man Ray, Amedeo Modigliani, Alexander Calder, Matisse, Kiki De Montparnasse, Art Beauté, Plus Size Art, Pose, Fat Art

Artodyssey

Moise Kisling (January 22, 1891 - April 29, 1953) ''Moise Kisling was a Polish painter. Born in Kraków, Austria-Hungary, he studied...

 View of André Breton’s object-chest at the Exposition Internationale du Surréalisme 1936 Via ubugallery Photomontage, Andre Breton, 7 Arts, Exquisite Corpse, Writers And Poets, Time Photo, Installation Art, Dark Art, Lovers Art

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Anonymous,1938 Kurt Seligmann installation [From original 1938 Surrealist Exhibition in Paris]

Jankel Adler, “Judith mit dem Haupt des Holofernes,” oil on canvas, Book Of Judith, Judith And Holofernes, Degenerate Art, Places In Spain, Avant Garde Artists, Jewish Art, Modern Artists, Printmaking, Oil On Canvas

Adler, Jankel (1895-1949) - 1927-28 Judith with the Head of Holofernes (Christie's Tel Aviv, 2006)

Oil on canvas; 149.9 x 76.2 cm. Jankel Adler was a Polish painter and printmaker. Adler was strongly influenced by Picasso and Léger. He enjoyed experimenting with materials, for example sand admixtures. He often painted Jewish subjects, and painted some few abstract compositions. He was born as the seventh of ten children in Tuszyn, a suburb of Łódź. In 1912 he began training as an engraver with his uncle in Belgrade. He moved in 1914 to Germany where he lived for a time with his sister in…