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Artists of Jewish Extraction Who Did Not Paint Judaic Scenes
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Perlrott, Cszaba Vilmos
Birth - Death : 1880-1955
Nationality : Hungarian
Perlrott Csaba studied painting in Budapest, Nagybanya and Paris, which he often visited. He worked mainly in Budapest from 1920 and belonged to the Neo-Impressionist group of Nagybanya after working in a Cubist style during the 1910s.
Peter, Maria
Birth - Death : 1906- ?
Nationality : Hungarian
Peterdi, Gabor
Birth - Death : 1915-?
Nationality : Hungarian
Peterdi worked as an Expressionist and Surrealist painter, sketcher and painter before turning towards abstraction. After a stay in Paris in 1938, he settled in the U.S a year later. Peterdi exhibited with a group of Hungarian avant-garde painters at the Franka Berndt Gallery in 1984 in Paris.
Petlin, Irving
Birth - Death : 1934-
Nationality : American
Petlin studied at the Art Institute in Chicago from 1952 to 1956 and befriended Bacon, Rothko and de Kooning. He then frequented the School of Fine Arts at Yale University in 1956-1957 and then came in 1960 to Paris. Petlin returned to New York nine years later and exhibited his works in several exhibitions in the U.S and Europe and at the 1976 show of Jewish Artists of the 20th Century in Chicago. He instilled much poetry in his works painted in a surrealistic manner under the influence of Odilon Redon. One of his works titled “Street in Weissewald” is on permanent display at the Jewish Museum in New York.
Pevsner, Anton
Birth - Death : 1884-1962
Nationality : Russian
Pevsner worked as a Constructivist painter and sculptor See sculpture section
Pfeiffer, Julius
Birth - Death : 1897-?
Nationality : Czech
Philipsen, Theodor Esbern
Birth - Death : 1840-1920
Nationality : Danish
Of Jewish extraction but not brought up as a Jew, Philipsen played an important part in the development of artistic life in Denmark. After renouncing to become a farmer, he went in 1874 to Paris where he discovered French Impressionism. He exhibited his works at the Salon de Paris and the Salon des Artistes Francais and was awarded a bronze medal at the 1889 Universal Exhibition. Influenced by Pissarro and other French Impressionists, Philipsen became one of the most important interpreters of Denmark's countryside.
Pichadze, Meir
Birth - Death : 1955-
Nationality : Israeli
Pickardt, Ernst
Birth - Death : 1876-1931
Nationality : German
Pickardt studied under Max Koner at the Academy in Berlin and painted portraits, landscapes and flowers in an Impressionist manner. He also produced lithographs.
Piesen, Robert
Birth - Death : Active during the second half of the 20th Century
Nationality : Czech
Pikelny, Robert
Birth - Death : 1904-1986
Nationality : Polish
Pikelny studied art in Moscow and settled in Paris at 17. His debuts were somewhat difficult but he was lucky to rely on the assistance of Ivan Jean
Pinhas, Hermann Hirsch
Birth - Death : 1795-1844
Nationality : German
Hermann Pinhas was the son of Salomon Pinhas who worked as a miniature painter and printmaker. He mostly produced engravings after his father's miniatures.
Pinhas, Juda Low
Birth - Death : 1727-1793
Nationality : German
Pinhas worked as a painter for the courts of Ansbach and Bayreuth. He also painted the portrait of Frederick the Great and members of his family.
Pinhas, Samuel
Birth - Death : Active during the first half of the 18th Century
Nationality : German
Samuel Pinhas, who was Juda's father, worked as a miniature painter.
Pissarro, Claude HugHes
Birth - Death : 1935-
Nationality : French
Grandson of Camille Pissarro, Claude Hughes studied at the schools of Beaux-Arts and of the Decorative Arts in Paris. After working as a figurative painter, he adhered to the abstract “Support-Surface” movement. Claude Pissarro exhibited his works at the Salons d'Automne and of Les Independants as well as in many galleries in Paris and in London.
Pissarro, Esther nee Bensussan
Birth - Death : 1871-?
Nationality : French
Esther Pissaro was the wife of Lucien Pissarro. She helped him produce engravings.
Pissarro, Felix
Birth - Death : 1874-1897
Nationality : French
Son of Camille Pissarro Felix died at a young age after starting a career as a painter.
Pissarro, Leila
Birth - Death : 1963-
Nationality : French
Pissarro, Lucien
Birth - Death : 1863-1944
Nationality : French then British
Son of Camille Pissarro and father of Orovida, Lucien settled in 1893 in England and became a British subject in 1916. He first studied painting with his father and learned engraving techniques with Lepere. He started to exhibit at a young age with the Impressionist group in 1886 and the Salon des Independants between 1886 and 1894. Lucien Pissaro then showed his works many times in England and took part in the 1928 Venice Biennial. He adopted a style close to that of his father in painting landscapes and veered to Neo-Impressionism around 1900.
Pissarro, Ludovic Rodo called Ludovic-Rodo
Birth - Death : 1878-1952
Nationality : French
Son of Camille Pissarro, Ludovic Rodo first studied painting with his father. He worked in Montmartre from 1898 and then in England between 1914 and 1918. Back in Paris, he founded with his brothers Lucien and Manzana the Monarro\" for Monet and Pissarro"
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