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Mane-Katz Mane Lazarevych (1894 - 1962)

A Jewish painter. He studied at Kiev Vilensk and art schools and at Paris studios. From 1914 till 1921 he lived and worked in St. Petersburg and Kharkiv. He studied at the New art workshop under the guidance of M. Dobuzhynskyy. He took part in the exhibitions since 1916. He was a member of such avant-garde groups as "The Group of Three", "Lyren", "Thw Union of seven". In 1921 he immigrated to Berlin, and later lived in Paris, in the second half of the 1940s he lived in Israel. In the years of 1920 - 1930, he participated in numerous Parisian salons: Tuileries, Autumn, Superindependent, during 1938 - 1954 he took part in the exhibitions in New York. He worked in the fields of portrait, still life, landscape and genre painting. His works are kept in the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Luxembourg Museum in Paris, in the Art Museum in Jerusalem, etc.

Painters works:

Auction 6 Lot 68

«A lighthouse» 1929
paper on cardboard, gouache; 6347,5

Price: 18 000 - 25000 $

Auction 1 Lot 78

paper, mixed technique; 5573

Price: 6 000 9 000 $