Dealsrus is well known for offering quality artwork at reasonable prices. Our reputation is stellar and we stand behind everything we sell. Early 20th Century French/Bulgarian/Woodstock, New York Modernist best known for his. Mod female figure paintings, landscapes, and early cartoons. Hand signed limited edition lithograph print on paper.
Site: 9"x 12" Frame: 15.25"x 18.25". Hand pencil signed lower right--see photos. PROVENANCE-Freeman-Victorius, Charlottesville, VA, label verso --see photos.Great looking composition by Jules Pascin! This print depicts erotic imagery executed with minimalist line work. Pascin was a highly renowned French Modernist best known for his figure subjects. This is a fine example of his work in great condition with a hand signature.
Jules Pascin was born in 1885 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 Bucharest, Romania.
He attended art schools in Vienna and Munich and traveled to Berlin and Paris. From 1905 to 1929, he worked as a satirical cartoonist for a Munich weekly. From 1914 to 1920 he lived in America.He changed his name to Pascin (French) but he was equally at home in any country; he became a citizen of the United States in 1920. He traveled extensively in the southern states and portrayed the downtrodden segments of society. He changed his mediums from watercolor and drawing to oil paint. Pascin's preoccupation was women. Everywhere he went he liked to sponge up wine, Pernod and brandy; he liked to work with thirty or forty friends carousing about him in his studio. Mostly his subjects and companions were the girls of easy, and available virtue. Pascin was sensuously ugly with heavy features under a perennial black derby. As he began to age, his art more and more portrayed the image of an old man teased by willing sprites. Slowly his vision of women softened to match their contours. As his nudes grew ever more evanescent in powdery pastels, they also became even more erotic. In 1930, at the age of forty-five, Pascin slashed his wrists, wrote a note to his mistress on the wall in blood, and finding death too slow in coming determinedly hanged himself from his studio door. 100% Guaranteed to be as described. We ask for your patience and assure you we are acting as quickly as we can. All lots are accompanied by a name and/or description and lot number for reference. An approximation can be provided beforehand if requested. Thank you for your cooperation in the matter.
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