Leon ZEYTLINE ( 1885 / 1962 )
A dancing parties.
Oil on canvas signed lower left.
28,74 x 39,37 in
Painting reproduced in the catalog raisonné of the artist page 306.
Born in Russia and in love with Paris, the post-impressionist painter Léon Zeytline brilliantly captured the exhilarating spirit of Paris. He made the City of Light the main subject of his work for many years.
The Paris of yesteryear opens in all its splendor and in minute details, joyful and modern, dynamic and charming, in the paintings of an unknown artist today of the general public, the majority of his works being preserved at individual. Only the Carnavalet, Hamburg and Mulhouse museums have some paintings by Léon Zeytline.
Léon Zeytline was born in France, where his family of Russian origin settled well before the revolution. At age 15, the young man began his studies at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, family circumstances having forced his relatives to return to Russia. Even during his years of study, he traveled extensively in Europe. During one of these trips in 1909 (after graduating in 1908), he returned to France, where he decided to settle permanently.
Width : 100 cm
Height : 73 cm
Category : Malerei
Style : Art Moderne
Period : 20th century
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