He attended the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, from 1911, until he joined the army in 1915. After World War I he devoted himself primarily to painting. In 1922 he met Juan Gris with whose encouragement his early Matisse-influenced rhythmical compositions acquired greater stability. In the late 1920s he was promoted by Tériade as a successor to the Cubists, with such works as ...
Romanian, 20th century, female.
Active in Israel from 1972.
Born 28 September 1925, in Moreni.
Painter, sculptor, ceramicist. Landscapes. Statues, busts.
From 1942 to 1945, Eveline Linica Calin-Els studied painting and graphic arts in Bucharest. After 1945, she studied at the academy of fine arts in Bucharest, graduating in ...
German, 19th – 20th century, male.
Born 21 May 1869, in Dillingen; died 17 April 1934, in Landsberg am Lech.
Painter (including porcelain), engraver, sculptor, graphic designer. Landscapes. Designs (metal objects/ceramics).
Very little is known about Hermann Gradl Sr, the elder brother of Max Joseph Gradl. He was first a painter and then a sculptor. He attended the Kunstgewerbeschule (school of arts and crafts) in Munich between ...
Hungarian painter, sculptor, designer and illustrator. He spent his childhood in Kaposvár in the house of the Secessionist painter József Rippl-Rónai. His early works are figurative. During the 1920s he painted arcadian scenes, but he was soon influenced by Surrealism, often combining experienced events with subconscious visions. Martyn lived in Paris from ...
British, 20th century, male.
Active then naturalised in the USA.
Born 1872, in Stoke-on-Trent; died 1957, in New York.
Painter, illustrator, potter, poster artist.
Léon Victor Solon was the son of the sculptor Marc Louis Emmanuel Solon (1835-1913). He was also a writer. He lived in England for a number of years, and was artistic director of the Minton porcelain factory ...