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Weiblicher Akt mit Kopfbedeckung | 1926
Weiblicher Akt mit Kopfbedeckung | 1926
Weiblicher Akt mit Kopfbedeckung | 1926

Weiblicher Akt mit Kopfbedeckung | 1926

Samuel Solomonovich Granovsky

Jekaterinoslaw 1889 — 1942 Auschwitz

Samuel (Chaim) Granovsky was born in Yekaterinoslav (today Dnipro, Ukraine), in what was then the Russian Empire. He left his home town in order to study painting at the Art Academy in Odessa. He did not return to Odessa after his military service, but instead continued his studies in Munich in 1908/09. He went to Paris in 1910 and settled in Montparnasse, where he worked as a model at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. In order to make a living, he also worked as a cleaner at Café La Rotonde. Granovsky regularly exhibited in the Salon des Indépendants, and from 1912 onwards in the Salon d’Automne.

Artist works

Weiblicher Akt mit Kopfbedeckung | 1926
Female nude with head covering | 1926
Pastel on paper
88 x 72 cm
(Foto: Hubert Auer © Samuel Solomonovich Granovsky)

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