Painting and sculpture by Jewish artists working in Montparnasse, Paris. 1907 - 1939
Paris in New York: French Jewish Artists in Private Collections Jewish Museum, New York
Painting and sculpture by Jewish artists working in Montparnasse, Paris.
From 1907 to 1939 a group known as the School of Paris, including Marc Chagall, Sonia Delaunay, Amedeo Modigliani and Chaim Soutine, all of whom were drawn by the cosmopolitan dynamism of the city.
Catalogue: 64 pages; published by the Jewish Museum; $19.95; edited by Chevlowe, with essays by Joan Rosenbaum, director of the Jewish Museum, and Romy Golan, professor of art history at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Funding: New York State special appropriation, Florence Gould Goundation, et al.
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