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Flowers - Adolphe Feder (1886-1943)
Flowers - Adolphe Feder (1886-1943) - Paintings & Drawings Style Art Déco Flowers - Adolphe Feder (1886-1943) -
Ref : 75628
1 400 €
Period :
20th century
Artist :
Adolphe Feder (1886-1943)
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
L. 16.14 inch X l. 12.99 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Flowers - Adolphe Feder (1886-1943)
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Late 19th early 20th century painting

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Flowers - Adolphe Feder (1886-1943)

An oil on canvas, school of Paris, measuring 41x33 cm (without frame montparnasse) representing a bouquet on a table by Adolphe FEDER (1886-1943) Aizik Feder, said Adolphe Feder, born in Odessa, Ukraine, then in the Russian Empire July 16, 1886, and died in Auschwitz on December 13, 1943, is a Russian painter. After participating in the revolutionary movement of the Bund, Adolphe Feder, son of traders, went to Berlin in 1906, then to Geneva where he attended the Academy of Fine Arts. He joined Paris in 1908, studied at the Académie Julian and in the studio of Henri Matisse. He spent the summer of 1921 in Finistère at Doëlan, not far from Pouldu where Gauguin had painted. In 1924, he participated in a trip to Palestine organized by the publisher A. Kogan. He also travels to Algeria. In 1931, he decorated the flag of Madagascar at the International Colonial Exhibition. He works for newspapers such as Le Monde and La Presse, as well as a Russian-language magazine, Oudar. He illustrates books by Joseph Kessel, Arthur Rimbaud ...

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20th Century Oil Painting Art Déco