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Adlen Mykhaylo Zakhariyovych (Adlen Michel, 1898 - 1980)

An artist of the Russian emigration, painter and graphic artist. Born in the village of Saki, Grodno province. In his youth he emigrated from Russia. He studied in Vienna Academy of Arts (1915 - 1922), later he moved to Paris. He worked for the newspapers Le Petit Parisien, L `Intransigeant, France Soir. He was engaged in easel painting. Member of the union of the Russian artists in France, he was a member of such art associations as L `Araign_e, Les imagiers, Satire. He exhibited his works at the Salon: Independent (since 1926), Autumn (since 1927), Tuileries, Superindependent (1948). Participant of the group exhibitions in the cafe La Rotonde (1925), the galleries Chez Fast (1927, 1928), L `Araign_e (1930), Les imagiers (1938, 1939), as well as of the exhibitions "The Contemporary Russian painters and sculptors "(1945) and"The Russian artists of Paris school"(1961). After the World War II he had over 20 solo exhibitions in France and Switzerland. In 1981 in Tel Aviv there was a large memorial exhibition. His works are kept in the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris and in other Art Museums of France.

Painters works:

Auction 20 Lot 62



«Landscape on the seaside»,
1946
canvas, oil; 3846


Price: 10 000 - 12 000 $