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H38 x L38 x P2


Hungarian painter from the Paris school, Isaac Perlmutter (1866-1932), studied in Hungary and then in France at the famous Julian Academy (aka Met de Penninghen, like me, by the way) -


This highly regarded private course was the most daring in teaching, it was the only one at the time to open these doors to women artists -


These paintings are characterized by a deep respect for human dignity - Perlmutter received gold medals in Budapest / Munich, silver medals in Brussels, St. Louis, and several of his paintings, including his self-portrait at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, were acquired by the art museums of Hungary and Italy. He bequeathed to the Jewish community of Pest thirteen of his paintings, four of which are on permanent display at the National Jewish Museum in Budapest.

The Paris school for these Jewish painters after the first war, was characterized by a loss of religion, a strong political commitment; thus they were more than 500 to be united, help each other and for certain to volunteer for the war .. -


The significance of the line seduces me in this canvas - The apparent unfinished producing a life, a movement an incredible presence in this bust portrait - Good condition of the whole, except for slight scratches at the bottom of this one - - Oil on canvas laminated on cardboard-


Sold as is, see photos to view carefully -

Portrait Isaac Perlmutter (1866-1932)

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