Abrahami, Gabriel Naissance - mort : 20th Century Nationalité : Israeli
Abrahami, Ora Naissance - mort : 20th Century Nationalité : Israeli
Abrahami studied painting under Abba Fenichel, Yossef Kossonogi, Sioma Baram, and Stefan Alexander, and etching under Touvia Be'eri. She exhibited abstract works in Israel after 1967.
Abrahamowicz, F. Naissance - mort : 20th Century Nationalité : Polish
Abrahams (Blum), Helen Naissance - mort : 1886-? Nationalité : American
Painter of landscapes, figures and interiors.
Abrahams, Anna Adelaide Naissance - mort : 1849-1930 Nationalité : Dutch
Anna Abrahams worked as a still life painter.
Abrahams, Daniel Naissance - mort : 1795-1854 Nationalité : Dutch
Daniel Abrahams notably produced a drawing representing Joseph Asher, Rabbi of The Hague around 1840.
Abrahams, Helen Naissance - mort : Active during the early 1900s Nationalité : American
Abrahams, Ivor Naissance - mort : 1935- Nationalité : British
Abrahams took part in many exhibitions in Britain, New York and Cologne. He produced paintings with collages as well as sculptures.
Abrahamson (Stadler), Neomi Naissance - mort : 20th Century Nationalité : Israeli
Abram, Ronny Naissance - mort : 1938- Nationalité : Dutch
Abram worked as a painter after studying in Enschede and in Paris.
Abrami, Rene Naissance - mort : 1946- Nationalité : French
Abrami has been working as an amateur painter in France.
Abramofvsky, Israel Naissance - mort : 1888-1975 Nationalité : Ukrainian, then American
Born near Kiev, Abramofvsky worked as a painter of landscapes and city views and visited France several times between 1914 and 1925. After studying at the Academie Julian under Jean-Paul Laurens and Lucien Simon, he painted many village views in Brittany and exhibited his works at the Salons d'Automne and for the Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts. After being detained in a Siberian prison camp, he moved to Toledo, Ohio, to join his two brothers in 1929.
Abramov, Mark Naissance - mort : 1913- Nationalité : Russian
Abramovitch or Abramovic, Pinchas Naissance - mort : 1909-1986 Nationalité : Latvian then Israeli
Born in Latvia, Abramovitch immigrated to Palestine in 1929. Prior to his immigration, he studied art in Kovno. His work of the 1930s, displays quintessentially Expressionist elements -sombre colours and tortuous forms- in the spirit of the Jewish School of Paris. During and following World War II Abramovitch stayed in Iran, and his experience of that country is reflected in the hinted Persian elements he incorporated into his art. In the 1940s, Abramovitch painted geometrically structured cityscapes tending to the abstract. He joined a group of artists banding together under the name New Horizons and embracing abstraction, first in principle and soon also in practice. In Newe Zedek, the artist conveyed his nostalgia for the “Little Tel-Aviv”of the period prior to World War Two.
Abramovitch or Abromowicz, Leo Naissance - mort : 1889-1978 Nationalité : Austrian
Abramovitch, Albert Naissance - mort : 1879-1963 Nationalité : Latvian
After settling in France, Abramovitch exhibited his paintings in Paris in 1911 and later in the U.S.