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Artists of Jewish Extraction Who Did Not Paint Judaic Scenes
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*?Adler, Miklos
Birth - Death : 1909-1945
Nationality : Hungarian
*?Anstein or Einstein, Resia
Birth - Death : 1910-?
Nationality : Polish
*?Balint, Rezso
Birth - Death : 1885-1945
Nationality : Hungarian
*?Bardocz, Dezso
Birth - Death : 1880-1944
Nationality : Hungarian
*?Basch, Arpad
Birth - Death : Hungarian
Nationality : 1873-1944
Arpad Basch studied at the School of Art and Trade in Budapest under Karlovsky, in Munich and in Paris under Bonnat and J.P Laurens. He also produced posters and was the artistic director of the "Magyar Genius" periodical. This painter was presumably killed in Budapest during World War Two.
*?Biro, Jozsef
Birth - Death : 1907-1975
Nationality : Hungarian
Painter. After losing his parents at 13, Jozsef Biro later studied at the Academy in Budapest from 1911 to 1913 and then at the Academie Julian in Paris with Jean-Paul Laurens as well as in Geneva with Ferdinand Hodler who influenced him much. He was appointed in 1931 as Head of the School of Applied Arts in Budapest and exhibited his works in Zurich, Stockholm, Barcelona, Nuremberg and Genoa. In 1946 he sought refuge in Switzerland with his family and then made several trips to Italy, Germany, France, The Netherlands, England and Austria. Biro took part in many exhibitions in Hungary between 1921 and 1940 and in many other countries. On the 100th anniversary of his birth the Malpensata Museum in Lugano organised a retrospective exhibition of his works in 1988. Biro liked to paint Swiss and Hungarian landscapes as well as folk scenes painted in a neo-impressionistic style and exhaling the nostalgia of old times.

*?Boberman, Vladimir Abramovitch
Birth - Death : 1897-?
Nationality : Russian
Painter. Boberman worked in Italy between 1921 and 1923 before going to Berlin and in Paris, wHere He exhibited at the Salon des Independants in 1927.
*?Nussbaum, Jakob
Birth - Death : 1873-?
Nationality : German
Nussbaum worked as an Impressionist painter in Frankfurt. He also traveled to Hungary and Tunisia.
*?Rozental, Roman
Birth - Death : 1897- 1943 or after1945
Nationality : Polish
Roman Rozental studied painting in Lodz, Vienna and Paris before working as a landscape painter. He belonged to the “Start” group and became secretary of the Association of Jewish artists in Poland during the 1930s. He visited France between 1929 and 1933 and then exhibited his works in 1933 and 1935 with the Jewish artists of the ZTKSP group. Roman Rozental reportedly perished in Treblinka, but according to other sources he was said to have died in Israel after 1945.
*?Sugar Andor
Birth - Death : 1903-1944
Nationality : Hungarian
This painter disappeared during World War Two.
*?Weimann, Paul
Birth - Death : 1867-1945
Nationality : Polish
*?Wodnicki, Szmuel
Birth - Death : Active during the first half of the 20th Century
Nationality : Polish
Wodnicki worked as a cobbler in the Kazimierz Dolny shtetl. This self-taught artist, who was fascinated by Van Gogh, exhibited watercolors with Jewish painters of the ZTKSP group.
*?Zilzer, Gyula
Birth - Death : 1898- ?
Nationality : Hungarian
Gyula Zilzer worked as a printmaker after studying in Budapest, in Munich and in Paris.
*Acs, Lipot
Birth - Death : 1868-1945
Nationality : Hungarian
Painter. Acs disappeared at the end of the Second World War.
*Adler, Jean
Birth - Death : 1899-1942
Nationality : French
Jean Adler was Jules Adler's nephew. He spent his youth in Paris and frequented the School of Beaux-Arts in 1919. Jean Adler went on to paint portraits, nudes, and landscapes, which he exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Francais between 1922 and 1933. He had his first solo exhibition in 1928 and taught drawing at a school in Villejuif. Jean Adler and his brother were arrested by Gestapo agents on December 12, 1941, and detained in Compiegne before their transfer to Drancy. They were deported on March 27, 1942, to Auschwitz and subsequently killed there.
*Alex, Leon
Birth - Death : 1907-1944
Nationality : Rumanian
Painter. He disappeared during World War II.
*Altschuler, Bernard
Birth - Death : 1895-1944
Nationality : French
Altschuler took an interest in painting at a young age and studied at the Academie Frochot in Paris. During World War II, he sought refuge in Nice but was arrested and deported on March 27, 1944, to Auschwitz, where he was murdered.
*Antokolski, Lev
Birth - Death : 1872-1942
Nationality : Polish
Antolkolski disappeared during World War II. Brother of Marek Antokolski, he had previously taught painting to Lazar Segal.
*Auerbach, Oscar
Birth - Death : ?-1941/44
Nationality : Polish
Painter. Auerbach disappeared during World War II.
*Baranoff-Rossine, Daniel Vladimir
Birth - Death : 1888-1942 or 1944
Nationality : Ukrainian
Baranoff-Rossine studied at the Imperial Academy in Saint Petersburg from 1903 to 1907. He then exhibited with the groups Stephanos,\" \"Zvieno,\" and \"Vienok-Stephanos\" in Moscow, Kiev and Saint Petersburg until 1910. He also traveled to Finland, Germany and the Netherlands before settling in Paris where he stayed until 1914. Closely in touch with Robert and Sonia Delaunay, Archipenko and Alexandra Exter, he exhibited his paintings at the Salon des Independants and assimilated the lessons of Cubism and Futurism. Baranoff-Rossine went back to Russia during the Soviet revolution and took an active part in the reorganization of the official artistic institutions besides taking part in several exhibitions. He also designed his “opt phonic piano” that enabled to trigger transparent and luminous colored disks projecting colors on a screen. Such creation was presented in several concerts from 1923 at the Meyerhold and Bolshoi theatres. He then returned to Paris where Jean Arp presented his famous piano in several concerts while he also produced several experimental sculptures. He took part in the International Exhibition in 1937 and showed his works at the Realites Nouvelles exhibition in 1939. Baranoff-Rossine mixed Russian traditions with Cubism, but did not show any Jewish consciousness in his works. The Nazis executed him during the occupation of France in 1942 or 1944. Two major retrospective exhibitions were held at the Salon des Independants in 1954 and the Museum of Modern Art in Paris in 1972. "
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