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Pacanovsky, Jezchel
Naissance - mort : 1900-1967
Nationalité : Polish
Painter.
Pacanowska, Felicja
Naissance - mort : 1907 or 1915-2002
Nationalité : Polish
Born in Lodz, into a family of artists, Pacanowska studied painting and engraving in Warsaw and went in 1932 to Paris. She then traveled to England and visited Italy, where she studied sculpture. She returned to Lodz between 1935 and 1937 and painted the portrait of the poet Moshe Broderson. Back in Paris, she spent the war years in hiding to escape arrest. She traveled again to Italy after the war and was awarded the Viareggio Prize in 1954. Pacanowska exhibited her works in Paris, Lodz, Rome, London, Israel and the U.S from 1935 until the late 1980s. The French Museum of Modern Art and the French National Library acquired some of her works in 1962.
Pacanowski, Boleslaw (Benjamin)
Naissance - mort : 1901 - After 1966
Nationalité : Polish
Painter.
Pacheco, Francisco
Naissance - mort : 1564-1654
Nationalité : Spanish
Pacheco painted some biblical scenes during his career.
Paciak, Wladyslaw
Naissance - mort : 1903-1983
Nationalité : Polish
Paciak painted many Judaic portraits and scenes during his career in Poland.
Paff, Bashka
Naissance - mort : 20th Century
Nationalité : Ukrainian then American
Sculptor. Paff settled in the U.S during his childhood and studied at the School of Fine Arts in Boston as well as in Paris.
Pagani, Gregorio
Naissance - mort : 1558-1605
Nationalité : Italian
Gregorio Pagani painted some biblical scenes during his career.
Pagani, Herbert
Naissance - mort : 20th Century
Nationalité : Italian
Painter.
Pagani, Paolo
Naissance - mort : 1661-1716
Nationalité : Italian
This artist painted some biblical scenes during his career.
Pagava, Vera
Naissance - mort : 1907-1988
Nationalité : Russian
Vera Pagava came in 1923 to Paris, where she frequented the School of Decorative Arts before studying with Bissiere nine years later. Working as an abstract painter she exhibited her works several times in France and abroad, notably in Tel Aviv, Haifa and Jerusalem in 1960.
Pailes, Isaac
Naissance - mort : 1895-1978
Nationalité : Ukrainian
Pailes took an interest in sculpture and engraving at 13 and frequented in 1910 the Academy in Kiev where he met I. Ryback and Max Kaganovitch, who was to become his dealer forty years later. He arrived in Paris in 1913 and after coming back to Kiev a year later, he was drafted into the Russian Army. Pailes however, soon deserted and sought refuge in Turkey before returning in 1919 to France, where he befriended Kikoine and Isaac Dobrinsky. He then gave up sculpture for painting in 1920 and took part in many Salons in Paris showing landscapes and still lives. During the Second World War, Pailes lived in hiding in the Pyrenees and in the Auvergne regions before joining a French Resistance group of fighters. Back in Paris, after the war he started to paint abstract works in 1948.
Pailes, Isaac
Naissance - mort : 1895-1978
Nationalité : Ukrainian
Pailes settled in Paris in 1919 after studying sculpture in Kiev. He chiefly dedicated himself to painting from 1920 and took part in many Salons in Paris showing landscapes and still lifes.
Paini, Lotus de Baroness
Naissance - mort : 1862-1953
Nationalité : Italian
Lotus de Paini exhibited her paintings in Bucharest in 1894 and came three years later to Paris, where she showed her works, mostly portraits and nudes, at the Salon de la Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts. She traveled to Ceylon, India and Tibet around 1904 and exhibited paintings produced there at the Musee Guimet in 1908. In 1930, she visited Palestine. She also was known as a writer and philosopher.
Pajzan, David
Naissance - mort : 19th Century
Nationalité : Hungarian
Portrait painter. Pajzan worked between 1840 and 1850 in Gyonk and Nagykoros and from 1857 in Budapest.
Pakele, Tom
Naissance - mort : 20th - 21st Century
Nationalité : American
Pakele has been producing ceramic Jewish ritual objects.
Paker, Seza
Naissance - mort : 20th-21st Century
Nationalité : Turkish
Working as a photographer in Paris and in Istanbul, Paker notably offered one of her prints for an auction sale held in Paris on December 28th 2002 in favour of the Appel Unifie Juif de France organisation.
Palanski Abraham. S
Naissance - mort : 1890-?
Nationalité : Polish then American
Painter. Shortly after the outbreak of Word War Two, Palanski moved to Los Angeles where he was active until the early 1960s.
Palatnik, Abraham
Naissance - mort : 1928-
Nationalité : Brazilian
Palatnik studied painting in Tel Aviv under Aaron Avni and Shor as well as sculpture with Sternschuss. Interested in Kinetic art, he worked in Latin America from 1950 and produced works combining chromatic images shown on a screen.
Paldi, Israel
Naissance - mort : 1892-1979
Nationalité : Ukrainian then Israeli
Paldi was one of those early artists who sought their new path by identification with the singular life and living of Israel, both its Oriental and modern aspects, yet by looking at them through the eyes of an Expressionist painter. Born in the Ukraine, he immigrated in 1909 and attended the Bezalel School of Art in Jerusalem. Paldi pursued his studies in Munich and joined during the 1930s a group of artists who sought to free themselves of the local ideology and base painting on purely formal and chromatic values. In the 1950s, Paldi created coloured relief paintings with flowing, amorphous-abstract forms. Toward the end of the 1970s, he began to integrate imaginary motifs drawn from the animal and floral world, frequently also depicting exotic-looking birds. Paldi was a recipient of the Dizengoff Prize in 1943 and 1957.
Paldi, Kati
Naissance - mort : Active during the 2nd half of the 20th Century
Nationalité : Hungarian then Israeli
Sculptor. Kati Paldi survived the Holocaust and immigrated to Israel in 1948.
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