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Ber Zalkind

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Ber Zalkind. “Cartoon of Violinist Eugène Ysaÿe.” 1913
Ber Zalkind. “Cartoon of Violinist Eugène Ysaÿe.” 1913

Ber Zalkind (1878-1944) was a Lithuanian Jewish painter. He studied in Paris, France and was a member of the Artists' Association of Vilna from 1909.[1][2][3][4]

References

  1. ^ Adrian M. Darmon Autour de l'art juif: encyclopédie des peintres, photographes p115 2003
  2. ^ Yiddish language & culture then & now Philip M. and Ethel Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilization. Symposium, Leonard Jay Greenspoon, Creighton University. Center for the Study of Religion and Society - 1998 "... an article entitled "Let's Protect the Old Cemetery," art teacher Ber Zalkind argued for the site's "great historical significance and [its] even greater art historical value" and called on his readers to support its preservation."
  3. ^ Hirsz Abramowicz, Eva Zeitlin Dobkin, Dina Abramowicz - Profiles of a lost world: memoirs of East European Jewish life 1999 p272 "Ber Zalkind's colorist landscapes were there, as well as Jacob Szer's caricatures and views of various Vilna neighborhoods."
  4. ^ Poles, Jews, socialists: the failure of an ideal Antony Polonsky - 1996 "Fugitive artists included Moshe Libovski, Ber Zalkind, and A. Bialogurski: Di idishe shtime (31 Oct. 1939), "
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