A series of exhibitions of artists of the "Paris School" at the Pushkin Museum is continued with the exposition "Crazy Years of Montparnasse" Automatic translate
MOSCOW. Until the end of November at the Pushkin Museum. Pushkin will run the exhibition "Crazy Years of Montparnasse." With this exposition, museum staff continue a series of exhibitions introducing the Russian public to the heritage of the masters of the Paris School. For the first time, Andre Varno, a French critic, began to use the term “Paris School”.
So he united those artists for whom France was not home, and they came to Paris from other countries. At the beginning of the last century, Paris rightly bore the title of artistic capital, attracting artists. The opportunities that open before them have made this city a real school for many future celebrities.
This time, the Pushkin Museum visitors are given the opportunity to get acquainted with two prominent artists. The exposition combined the works created by Jules Paskin and Leonard Fujita. The curators of the exhibition did this not by chance. In their life and work there is much in common. Talented masters, artists both began their career in Paris, had similar hobbies.
Jules Paskin was born in Bulgaria, studied as an artist in Austria and Germany. He was keen on drawing cartoons for magazines. Having moved to Paris, he began to paint in his own style, filled with expression and emotions. His legacy coexists with works in the nude genre and works with biblical subjects.
Leonar Fujita arrived in Paris from Japan. In his work, Japanese calligraphy and European drawing are skillfully synthesized. In the artist’s early works, the influence of contemporary European artists is clearly traced. Over time, Fujita came up with her own original style. Each artist’s work is characterized by a masterly writing technique.
The exhibition is complemented by the works of Russian artists who worked in the same years.
Ludmila Trautmane © Gallerix.ru
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