Léon Zeytline is a French-Russian painter living in Paris.
Resolutely figurative at a time when abstraction prevailed, he painted what he saw, Parisian life, with its cafes and boulevards fascinated him. The Roaring Twenties remain prominent in his work.
In 1925, he married Anne Marie Bisch and became an Alsatian by adoption, he settled in Mulhouse and painted seascapes.
His exhibitions were very successful in France, Germany and Switzerland.
Member of the French Artists, he exhibited at the Salon des Artistes (Grand Palais des Champs Elysées) in 1951.
He died in Mulhouse in 1962 at the age of 77
Our painting appears in the artist's catalog raisonné
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