Pascin, 1885-1930

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  • Title: Pascin, 1885-1930
  • Author: Marie-Claide Adès
  • ISBN: 2906524581
  • Page: 460
  • Format: broch
  • Jules Pascin Alfred Werner Julius Mordecai Pincas, March , June , known as Pascin pronounced pass keen , Jules Pascin, or the Prince of Montparnasse, was born in Bulgaria During World War I, he worked in the United States. Women by Bulgarian Jules Pascin who Jules Pascin Bulgarian born French American painter, Artist s Wife Hermine David After Pascin moved to Paris in , he became a central figure in the social cultural life of the cafes studios of Montparnasse. Jules Pascin on LiveAuctioneers Jules Pascin was born in in Vidin, Bulgaria His name was Julius Mordecai Pincas and he was the eighth of eleven children of a Spanish Sephardic Jew and his Serbian Italian wife He was raised in Jules Pascin Two nudes. Jules Pascin Jules Pascin Julius Mordecai Pincas March , June , , known as Pascin pronounced pasn erroneously French pas.k or pa.s , Jules Pascin , or the Prince of Montparnasse , was a Bulgarian artist known for Jules Pascin Stern Pissarro Artist details Jules Pascin Credit anonymous Bulgarian Jewish artist Jules Pascin was born Julius Mordecai Pincas at Vidin in Bulgaria to a wealthy Spanish father and Serbian Italian mother, and brought up in Bucharest where some of his earliest drawings were surreptitiously undertaken in a local brothel. Jules Pascin Find A Grave Memorial Pascin enjoyed great success on both sides of the Atlantic during the s, but after the Wall Street crash his popularity seemed to vanish overnight Depressed over a troubled love affair and increasingly hostile reviews of his work, he hanged himself in his Montmartre studio.

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