Chaïm Soutine. Against the Current

In Paris, in the 1920s an 1930s Chaïm Soutine (1893 - 1943) was en intensely unique artist. His paintings are beautiful and severe at once, drawing inspiration from the mastes of the past ereas.
This catalogue focuses on the early masterpieces and series he created between 1919 and 1925: Under the overarching theme of emigration and uprooting, the contributions reveal the traces of Soutine’s Jewish origins in his work, illuminating the significance of his motifs from the fringes of society as well as of blood and animal carcasses as metaphors; and show the influences of Soutine’s art up to the present day.

English version
179 pages
155 ills.
28.0cm x 22.6cm
ISBN 978-3-941773-72-1

32,00 €*