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Artists of Jewish Extraction Who Did Not Paint Judaic Scenes
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Sarkadi, Emil
Birth - Death : 1881-1908
Nationality : Hungarian
Sarkadi worked as a painter, sketcher and illustrator after studying in Budapest, Vienna and Munich.
Sarkadi, Leo
Birth - Death : 1884-?
Nationality : Hungarian
Scema, Viviane
Birth - Death : Active from the last third of the 20th Century
Nationality : French
Scema studied painting in Tunis, Venice and Paris, where she settled and exhibited Her works.
Scemama Marion
Birth - Death : 20th-21st Century
Nationality : French
Photographer. Marion Scemama lived during the 1980s in New York, where she frequented the tormented artist David Wojnarowicz, who lated died from Aids in July 1992.
Schachner, Calanit
Birth - Death : 1972-
Nationality : Israeli
Art photographer.
Schamberg, Morton L.
Birth - Death : 1881-1918
Nationality : American
Schamberg was born into a prosperous German-Jewish Philadelphia family. Following his mother's death, he was raised by relatives and studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania from 1889 to 1903. He then attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and accompanied William Merritt Chase on summer trips to England and Holland in 1904 and to Spain in 1906. He then left for Paris and the influence of French Impressionists was soon apparent in his “plein-air” paintings. He again visited Paris in 1908 and then Italy, where he discovered the Renaissance art collections of the museums in Rome, Siena, Florence, Venice and Milan. Schamberg returned in 1909 to Paris, where he saw the paintings of Cezanne, Picasso, Matisse, Van Gogh and other French modernists and some of his works began to reflect the simplified structure and reduced forms of Post-Impressionism. His first solo exhibition was held in 1910 at the McClees Galleries in Philadelphia and during the next five years his works reflected more strongly his engagement with Cezanne, Fauvism and Cubism. Schamerg worked as a commercial photographer from 1912 and exhibited works at the Armory Show in 1913 before creating some of his most abstract paintings in a style reminiscent of that of Frantisek Kupka or Robert Delaunay. By 1916 Schamberg had completed a series of pastels and paintings of machine forms that linked him to the New York Dada group. Schamberg died in the influenza epidemic, which swept over Europe and the U.S in 1918.
Schapiro, Miriam
Birth - Death : 1923-
Nationality : Canadian
Schapiro studied painting in Iowa and first produced works under the influence of Arshile Gorky. Working as an abstract-lyrical painter, she exhibited her paintings in the U.S from 1947. She married Paul Brach, a U.S artist.
Scharfman, Herb
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : American
Schauer, Oskar
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : Polish
Graphic artist and sculptor in Lwow.
Schecroun, Jean-Pierre
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : French
Schecroun studied painting with Fernand Leger and had a solo show in 1964 in Paris. He was known mainly as a forger of great 20th Century masters..
Scheiber, Hugo
Birth - Death : 1873-1950
Nationality : Hungarian
Scheiber studied painting in Budapest and was in close contact with Expressionist German painters from the “Der Sturm” group and Italian futurist artists between 1920 and 1933. He worked in a style recalling that of Chagall's.
Schifer, Artur
Birth - Death : 1885-?
Nationality : Hungarian
Schifer worked as a painter of portraits and landscapes after studying in Budapest and in Paris.

SCHLEIFER SAVELY (Ukrainian) (1881-1943) (Between $ 2,500 and 8,000) Schleifer studied art in Odessa and under the painter Ilya Repin in Saint Petersburg. He then exhibited his works in Paris for the first time in 1905. After his return to Russia in 1907 Schleifer taught painting  and also worked as a decorator for the Trotsky Theatre. At the start of World War One he enlisted as an artist specialised in camouflage to trick the ennemy until his return n 1918 to Leningrad where he taught painting at the Academy and designed costumes for the film industry. In 1927 he  and his wife decided to settle in Paris where he continued to paint and to exhibit his works.. After Germany declared war against the Soviet Union he was arrested in the French capital in June 1941 and held as a Soviet detainee in Compiègne where he completed several drawings showing the plight of inmates. In September 1942 he was transferred to Drancy and deported nine days later to Auschwitz, where he perished immediately after his arrival there

Schloss, Ruth (German then Israeli) (1922- ) Schloss immigrated to Palestine in 1937 and graduated from the Bezalel Academy in 1941. She then studied painting in Paris between 1949 and 1951. Some of her works are on display in several Israeli museums as well as at the Pushkin Museum, Moscow and the Wichita Museum, Kansas.
Schneuer, David
Birth - Death : 1905-1988
Nationality : Polish then Israeli
Born in Galicia, Schneuer came to Munich with his family during his early childhood. After completing his studies he went to Paris and his stay there influenced him greatly. On his return to Munich, he collaborated with Bertold Brecht and other influential theatrical figures producing numerous stage designs and posters. In 1933, he was arrested and imprisoned in Dachau and immigrated to Palestine after his release. Living in Tel Aviv, he created posters and large murals and became more immersed in painting. He worked as an Expressionist painter and produced cafe scenes. In 1985, the Israel Museum held a one-man show of his work, including works from before the Second World War discovered by researchers in museums in Germany. Scheneur's works can be found in permanent collections throughout the world, including the Munchener Stadt Museum, Sertus Museum, Chicago, Boston Fine Art Museum, Tel Aviv Museum, the Israel Museum in Jerusalem and the Galerie Saphir in Paris.
Schoffer or Schoeffer, Nicolas
Birth - Death : 1912-1992
Nationality : Hungarian then French
Schoffer studied painting in Budapest in 1930 and then went in 1936 to Paris, where he frequented the School of Beaux-Arts until 1939. He remained hidden in the Auvergne region during the German occupation of France and showed the works he produced during this period in 1945 and 1946, in an exhibition organized by the grouping of French Jewish artists active in France GAJEF
Schonberg Arnold
Birth - Death : 1874-1951
Nationality : Austrian then American
Known chiefly as an avant-garde music composer, Schonberg became a self-taught artist after studying briefly with Richard Gerstl, who was his wife's lover. He found convenient to become a Protestant in order to protect his career but had the courage to return to Judaism after the Nazis took power in Germany in 1933, the year he decided to leave Vienna and to settle in the U.S. He devoted himself to painting between 1908 and 1911, after Gerstl's suicide, and exhibited his works at Hugo Heller's Gallery in Vienna in 1910. On this occasion, Gustav Mahler bought three of his paintings while Kandinsky, who was much influenced by his musical compositions, openly professed his admiration for his work. The latter invited him to take part in the first exhibition of the Blaue Reiter group in 1911-12 in Munich and both exchanged views on creation until the First World War. Schonberg painted 65 oils, including one titled “Gustav Mahler's burial” in 1911, as well as watercolors and drawings. It was said that Schonberg took to painting to overcome his obsession caused by the love affair between his wife Mathilda and the young Gerstl. Another explanation is that he sought to draw a parallel between music and painting. Schonberg mainly painted self-portraits and the portraits of his close friends besides producing a few landscapes.
Schonberger, Armand
Birth - Death : 1885-1974
Nationality : Hungarian
Schonberger studied in Budapest, Munich and Nagybanya before founding the KUT movement. Working as a painter of figures, portraits and still life he exhibited at the Belvedere in Vienna in 1927 and in Paris at the Franka Berndt Gallery in 1985-86. Working under the influence of Cezanne, He also was active as a sculptor and art critic.
Schonberger, Moshe
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : Hungarian
Schrotter, Richard
Birth - Death : 1893-?
Nationality : Czech
Schubert Erno, Ernst
Birth - Death : 1903-1960
Nationality : Hungarian
Schubert took part in the activities of the UME and Kut groups after studying at the Academy in Budapest during the 1920s. He became head of the School of Decorative Arts in Budapest between 1948 and 1952. Working as a post-Cubist painter, Schubert exhibited his works at the Franka Berndt gallery in 1984 in Paris.
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