Pascin, Jules

  • Emigrés
    aquarelle et fusain sur papier
    45 x 57 cm

  • Socrate et ses disciples conspués par les courtisanes,1921
    Encre et aquarelle sur papier
    31 x 45 cm

  • Scène à la Havane,1917
    Aquarelle sur papier
    21 x 20 cm

  • La chasseC.1908
    Crayon, aquarelle et encre sur papier
    16 x 30 cm

  • Sans titre,1924
    Gouache et encre sur papier
    9 x 19,5 cm

  • Sans titre,1915-17
    encre et aquarelle sur papier
    18 x 29 cm

  • Projet pour illustration "Simplicissimus",1905
    Encre, crayon et aquarelle sur papier
    13 x 10,8 cm

  • La procureuse, 1907
    Aquarelle sur papier
    15,5 x 10 cm

  • Jeunes filles (USA),1914
    Aquarelle et crayon sur papier
    20,5 x 13,5 cm

  • L'enfant prodigue chez les filles,1920
    Fusain sur papier
    20,5 x 26,5 cm

  • Egyptienne,1925
    Plume et fusain sur papier
    31 x 49 cm

  • Deux femmes,1926
    Pointe sur papier carbone sur papier
    33 x 47 cm

  • Chez le coiffeur esthétique,1919
    Crayons de couleur et encre sur papier
    20 x 30 cm

  • Au café du DômeC.1904
    Encre et crayon sur papier
    16,5 x 27 cm

1885 – 1930 : Julius Mordecai Pincas, known as Pasci. Jules Pascin, or the “Prince of Montparnasse”, was a Bulgarian artist known for his paintings and drawings. He later became an American citizen. His most frequent subject was women, depicted in casual poses, usually nude or partly dressed.Pascin was educated in Vienna and Munich. He traveled for a time in the United States, spending most of his time in the South. He is best known as a Parisian painter, who associated with the artistic circles of Montparnasse, and was one of the emigres of the School of Paris. Having struggled with depression and alcoholism, he committed suicide at the age of 45.



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