Chaim Soutine was an eccentric both in life and on the canvas. His wild painting style inspired many younger artists and leaves no one who sees his work today cold. His path led from a shtetl in the Russian Empire to Paris, from bitter poverty to the heights of artistic success. His works include shocking still lifes, unbounded landscapes, and solemn portraits of people getting by in dark times.
|Formát||180 x 180 mm|