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Artists of Jewish Extraction Who Did Not Paint Judaic Scenes
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Reeb Ori David
Birth - Death : 1952-
Nationality : Israeli
Painter. Reeb studied at the Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem between 1976 and 1979. His 1980-1982 stay in New York introduced him to the works of Keith Haring and induced him to create a unique combination of geometric and decorative shapes in vivid colors.
Reich, Karoly
Birth - Death : 1922-
Nationality : Hungarian
Reich studied under Gyorgi Kinecsni at the Academy in Budapest. Working as a painter of murals as a printmaker and illustrator, he exhibited his works from 1950.
Reich-Sielska, (Reichowna) Margit
Birth - Death : 1903-1980
Nationality : Polish
Reich-Sielska studied painting at the Academy in Cracow between 1920 and 1922 and settled in Paris in 1925. She then exhibited her works at the Salon des Independants the following year. Influenced by Fernand Leger and Ozenfant, she painted portraits, still lives and landscapes.
Reichental, Ignaz Ferenz
Birth - Death : 1895-?
Nationality : Hungarian
Painter. Reichental worked as an Expressionist artist after studying in Budapest.
Reiffer, Moshe
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : Israeli
Reinchard, Karoly
Birth - Death : 1872-1909
Nationality : Hungarian
Reising, Antoni
Birth - Death : Active during the first half of the 20th Century
Nationality : Polish
Landscape painter in Lwow.
Reisman, Elisabeth
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : Canadian
Reitman, I.
Birth - Death : Active during the first half of the 20th Century
Nationality : Polish
Reizinger, Dani
Birth - Death : 1934-
Nationality : Hungarian
Birth - Death : 20th Century?
Nationality : Hungarian
Resnick, Milton
Birth - Death : 1917-
Nationality : Ukrainian then American
Resnick settled in the U.S at 17 and studied painting at the Pratt Institute of Brooklyn until 1935, the American Artists' School until 1937 and with Hans Hofmann in 1948. He worked as an abstract painter.
Revesz, Ferryman Ferenc Franz
Birth - Death : 1893-?
Nationality : Hungarian
Revesz studied painting in London with Frank Brangwyn and worked as a painter of animated compositions. He worked in New York, where he produced panels at the Brooks School, and in Budapest.
Rheims, Bettina
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : French
Art and fashion photographer in Paris.
Ribak, Louis Leon
Birth - Death : 1902-1980
Nationality : Lithuanian then American
Born in Lithuania, Louis Ribak immigrated to the U.S with his family in 1912. He began his art studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and then moved to New York where he studied in 1922 at the Art Students League before enrolling at the Art School of the Educational Alliance. He began to paint scenes of ordinary people at work and exhibited in 1925 at the Whitney Studio Club. During 1926 and 1927, he showed his paintings at the Jewish Art Centre and married the artist Bea Mandelman in 1932. Ribak's work then became increasingly dominated by social content, with the depiction of coal miners and unemployed men. He exhibited with the World Alliance for Yiddish Culture in 1938 and was influenced by Abstract Expressionism at the end of the 1940s while founding the Taos Valley School in 1947. Louis Ribak opened his own gallery in 1955.
Ribak, Zvi
Birth - Death : 1910-1994
Nationality : Russian then Israeli
Ritman, Louis
Birth - Death : 1889-1963
Nationality : Russian then American
Born in Russia, Ritman came to the U.S with his family at the turn of the 20th Century. He became the assistant of a painter of signboards while his father, who had previously worked as a tailor, found a job in a textile factory. He then attended evening drawing courses at the Hull House before frequenting the Art Institute and the Academy in Chicago as well as the Academy of Fine Arts of Pennsylvania. In 1909, Ritman went to Paris to pursue his studies at the Academie Julian and the School of Beaux-Arts. After meeting Richard Emil Miller and Frederick Carl Frieseke. He started to work in Giverny in 1911 and exhibited his works at the Salon de Paris, mainly nude paintings imbued with tender eroticism. Much influenced by French Impressionist painters, Ritman spent several years working in France before leaving Giverny in 1929 to become a teacher at the Art Institute in Chicago. Still, during the last thirty years of his life he often returned to France
Ritov, Albert
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : Latvian
Painter. Active during the second half of the 20th Century.
Rockline Vera
Birth - Death : 1896-1934 or 1938
Nationality : Ukrainian
Vera Rockline studied in Kiev under Alexandra Exter and then settled in Paris, where she exhibited her works at the Salon des Independants from 1922 and then at the Salons d'Automne and of les Tuileries. Much influenced by Cezanne, she painted nudes, still lives and animated compositions.
Roginsky, Mikhail Alexandrovich
Birth - Death : 1931-
Nationality : Russian
Roginsky attended the Moscow State Art Institute from 1946 to 1951 and worked as a stage designer between 1954 and 1960. He also taught at the Moscow City Art School for Children from 1962 to 1977. In the early 1960s, he began to produce a series of works depicting the everyday reality of domestic life. He also experimented with the technique of collage, painting doors and walls onto large canvases and combining them with wires and doorknobs. American Realist painters of the 1930s and 1940s as well as the early abstract works of Turetsky influenced his early compositions. Though considered by many critics as an exponent of Soviet Pop Art his works however bore little reference to consumable objects or mass icons. In the early 1970s, he developed a Neoclassical style in his own still lives and urban landscapes. He exhibited his paintings in Moscow in 1975 and settled in Paris in 1978. He showed his works in 1982 in Tel Aviv and had retrospective exhibitions in Moscow in 1987 and 1993.
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