Chaim Soutine (Soutine Chaim)( Artist-Expressionist Paris school.)
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Biography Chaim Soutine (Soutine Chaim)
Born in the Lithuanian village near Minsk е miе-aviд-y large family in a poor Jewish tailor. At age 16 he left home and studied painting, first in Minsk, then in three years in the Vilna. In 1913 Soutine went to Paris, where he continued to paint, he lived in severe need supported A. Modigliani, G. Lipshitz, poet and patron L. Zborovsky.
Individual style Soutine first became apparent in a series of landscapes with views of the Pyrenees and the Riviera. Was followed by portraits of the hotel workers, pirozhenschikov, singers and famous painting women who are in the water, written in imitation of Rembrandt, his beloved master. The artist also wrote a still life with fish, poultry and meat.
Soutine's paintings manifest his passionate. Despite the fact that the subjects of works often tragic, manner of painting is always energetic and cheerful. Soutine almost no part in public exhibitions in France. The first big show of his works was held at the Arts Club in Chicago in 1935, a more complete exhibition - at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1950. A lot of the artist's paintings are in museums in New York, Buffalo, Washington, Chicago and Minneapolis. Soutine died in CHAMPIGNE-sur-Veda in France on Aug. 9, 1943.